Understanding the molecular and cellular mechanisms for disease is an important area of research in the 21st century. Massive steps forward in science, such as the completion of the Human Genome Project, mean that diseases can now be studied at the cellular and molecular level. This will help to understand them, to develop treatments and possibly, in the future, cures.
The MSc in Molecular Medicine draws upon the world-renowned strength of research in biomedical sciences at UEA and on the Norwich Research Park. MSc graduate students will obtain skills that are sought in medical research, the pharmaceutical industry or the health services.
Degree Subject: Life or Physical Sciences
Degree Classification: Good first degree (minimum 2.1 or equivalent)
Alternative Qualifications: Candidates without a relevant degree but with other experience, such as employment within a biomedical company or relevant research experience, will also be considered.
Compulsory Study (180 credits)
Students must study the following modules for 180 credits:
"GENETICS, GENOMICS AND BIOINFORMATICS"
DATA HANDLING LINKED TO MOLECULAR MEDICINE
FRONTIERS IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE I
FRONTIERS IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE II
MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND HOST:PATHOGEN INTERACTIONS
MODERN EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES IN MOLECULAR MEDICINE
POSTGRADUATE EMPLOYABILITY PROGRAMME
RESEARCH PROJECT FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE
RESEARCH SKILLS FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE
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