MSc Molecular Medicine
Our MSc Molecular Medicine course aims to provide you with a broad overview of the molecular and cellular causes and treatments of human diseases.
It provides practical and theoretical understanding of the most important current topics in molecular medicine, including the biology of cancer, synthetic biology, cardiovascular diseases and stem cells and regenerative medicine. You will learn practical laboratory skills before undertaking a research project on a topic related to human disease.
97% of our research outputs are of international standing (Research Excellence Framework 2021, combining 4*, 3* and 2* submissions – Biological Sciences).
With a variety of taught modules, you will learn to apply your skills to industry-relevant challenges. Overall, 97% of graduates from Biological Sciences are in work or further study within 15 months of graduation (based on our analysis of HESA data © HESA 2022, Graduate Outcomes Survey 2019/20; includes postgraduate (taught) and postgraduate (research) Biological Sciences responders).
For more information, please visit the School of Biological Sciences website.