You should normally have either a suitable Honours degree or a professional qualification of equivalent status. Other equivalent qualifications and experience will be considered by the course team on a case-by-case basis. If your first language is not English you should have an IE LTS score of at least 6.5, with the written component at a minimum of 6.5 (or equivalent). During the induction stage of the course, if you do not have English as your first language, you will need to complete Academic English screening and any resulting recommended Academic English support activity.
Research in DN A technology, bioinformatics and immunology are becoming essential elements in the routine diagnosis and treatment of a range of disorders, including gene disorders, infectious diseases and multi-factorial diseases such as cancer and heart disease. This course is intended to give you the skills and knowledge you need to understand and apply the technologies emerging from that research.
The market for such skills includes the medical laboratory service, research institutions, forensic medicine and industries related to medicine. The latter includes traditional pharmaceutical and biotechnological companies involved in the commercial marketing of specific products, such as PCR-based diagnostic kits, DNA probes, gene therapy vectors, recombinant proteins and monoclonal antibodies. This course is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS).
GENETICS AND DEVELOPMENTAL GENETICS
PROJECT A: CRITICAL REVIEW AND DESIGN STUDY
PROJECT B: PROJECT AND REPORT
RECOMBINANT DNA TECHNOLOGY
BIOINFORMATICS IN MEDICINE
This course will appeal to you if you are, or intend to be, employed as a biomedical or clinical scientist in the NHS, a research institution or a pharmaceutical company. It will also be useful if you wish to gain a further, more specialised qualification prior to embarking on a PhD. The course has also proved useful for medically trained doctors about to embark on research.
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