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This programme provides you with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the field of prenatal genetics and fetal medicine, specifically human genetics, human embryonic development and fetal medicine. Read more
This programme provides you with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the field of reproductive science and women's health. Read more
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology has two broad areas of research activity. The first covers the use of large population databases to identify key predictive features associated with human pregnancy. Read more
This one-year, full-time MSc by Research programme aims to introduce students to modern up-to-date molecular and cellular biological research in the field of reproductive sciences, reproductive health and reproductive medicine in a stimulating, challenging and vibrant research atmosphere, at the interface between basic science and clinical patient care. Read more
The deadline for UK & EU applications is 2nd September and international applications is 8th August. This pioneering course aims to maximise the employability of students. Read more
This programme explores the main theories, methods and research findings relating to infants and young children from a variety of perspectives, including psychology, education, and health, and also includes approaches to assessment and intervention. Read more
UCL Institute for Women's Health brings together the expertise of clinicians and researchers from a diverse range of disciplines so that they can deliver excellence and innovation in research and clinical practice. Read more
On this course you’ll gain an understanding of human disease through a series of specialist taught modules covering topics such as infectious and non-infectious disease, advanced immunology, medical diagnostics and treatment of infectious diseases and cancer.