Whether it’s investigating a type of cancer or understanding the cause of food poisoning, biomedical scientists play a crucial role in diagnosing disease and evaluating effective treatment.
Doctors make decisions based on the results of tests carried out by biomedical scientists in the pathology laboratory, while patients benefit from their experience and expertise. Without their skills, key hospital departments such as Accident and Emergency couldn’t operate effectively.
Our course offers an in'depth understanding of the causes of disease and the practical ways in which they can be investigated in the laboratory. These are the fundamental areas of knowledge that you’ll need as a biomedical scientist.
Course Leader Dr Claudio Scotti believes the popularity of the course is because it's “broad'based”. It’s ideal for students who want to make a career in bioscience but have not yet decided in exactly what area to specialise.
YEAR 1 Essential Chemistry (core) Cell Biology (core) Biochemistry (core) Human Anatomy and Physiology (core)
YEAR 2 Biology of Disease (core) Cellular Biochemistry (core) Infection and Immunity (core) Physiological Regulation (core) Clinical Diagnosis (core)
YEAR 3 Clinical Biochemistry (core) Cellular Pathology and Blood Science (core) Clinical Infection and Immunity (core) Research Project (core)
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees||Fee type|
|Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)||£9,250||Home Fees|
|Bachelor of Science (with Honours) - BSc (Hons)||£11,880||Overseas Fees|