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Haematologists specialise in disorders of the blood and blood-forming tissues, and their contribution to patient care is fundamental and wide-ranging. Read more
Haematologists specialise in disorders of the blood and blood-forming tissues, and their contribution to patient care is fundamental and wide-ranging. Whether you’re analysing data from patients' samples, matching donated blood with someone who needs a transfusion or researching cures for blood cancers, your work will improve and save countless lives.


Why study MSc Biomedical Science -Haematology and Transfusion Science at Middlesex?

Our Biomedical Science courses have a burgeoning international reputation, due to our world-class research in areas including biomarkers, public health and bio modelling. Our Centre for Investigative and Diagnostic Oncology has pioneered techniques for cancer diagnosis and treatment, and the Haematology department is very active in research into blood cancers, HIV and AIDS.

Our course has a strong practical element, with an emphasis on developing laboratory skills and gaining hands-on experience of diagnostic techniques. Our teaching and research facilities surpass those at some UK medical schools, with £3 million specialist labs equipped with the most up-to-date technology- the perfect place to work on your own research project. You’ll learn to use cutting-edge equipment, including MALDI-TOF mass spectrometers and flow cyto meters; we have a molecular biology laboratory for techniques such as DNA sequencing, real-time PCR, electrophoresis and HPLC, fully-equipped proteomics facilities, a microbiology lab and an incredibly modern cell culture facility.

Course highlights

- Course leader Dr Colin Casimir is famed for his research into the biology of haemopoietic stem cells and gene therapy for haematologic conditions. He is the holder of a number of international patents, and his research has been published in top international journals, including the British Journal of Haematology.
- Other teaching staff include Dr Stephen Butler, a world expert on cancer biomarkers and reproductive biochemistry; Dr Ajit Shah, a former principal scientist at GlaxoSmithKline; and Dr Lucy Ghali, an expert in immunohistochemistry. Guest lecturers include Peter Gregory, haematology services manager at Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals Trust.
- Our staff are supportive and hands-on – ever-ready with advice on your studies, they’re also known for their strong pastoral care and for going the extra mile for their students. All our teaching staff are involved in research.
- The course is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science, so on graduation you’ll have fulfilled the academic requirement for Licentiate membership of the institute; you can apply for student membership while you study.
- We work with London hospitals and NHS laboratories to ensure you’re fully versed in both the latest practice and the latest research. - You’ll visit diagnostic laboratories and of course, our location gives you easy access to the British Library, the Science Museum, the Royal Institution and more.

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Cellular pathology is the study of structural and functional changes in cells, tissues and organs that underlie disease. It is a dynamic, fast-evolving specialism which saves many lives by providing rational clinical care and therapy in the fight against many serious diseases, particularly cancer. Read more
Cellular pathology is the study of structural and functional changes in cells, tissues and organs that underlie disease. It is a dynamic, fast-evolving specialism which saves many lives by providing rational clinical care and therapy in the fight against many serious diseases, particularly cancer.


Why study MSc Cellular Pathology at Middlesex?

Our Biomedical Science courses have a burgeoning international reputation, due to our world-class research in areas including biomarkers, public health and biomodelling. Our Centre for Investigative and Diagnostic Oncology has pioneered techniques for cancer diagnosis and treatment, including our breakthrough in the development of a vaccine for bladder cancer.

Our course has a strong practical element, with an emphasis on developing the skills needed in a laboratory and gaining hands-on experience of diagnostic techniques, and our teaching and research facilities surpass those at some UK medical schools. Our £3 million specialist labs are equipped with the most up-to-date technology; here you'll learn to use cutting-edge techniques and equipment for cellular and molecular analysis, such as MALDI-TOF mass spectrometers, flow cytometers, DNA sequencing, real-time PCR, electrophoresis and high-performance liquid chromatography, histology and confocal microscopy. We also have fully-equipped proteomics facilities, a histopathology lab and an incredibly modern cell culture facility.

Course highlights

- All our teaching staff are involved in research and many are pioneers in their own field. Course leader Professor Lucy Ghali is an expert in immunohistochemistry; other teaching staff include Dr Frank Hills, a former clinical scientist at St Bartholomew's Hospital; Dr Ajit Shah, a former principal scientist at GlaxoSmithKline; Sandra Appiah, a former research scientist at Leatherhead Food Research; and Professor Stephen Dilworth, Professor Lucy Ghali and Dr Song Wen are world experts on cancer and Biomarkers.
- The course is accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science, so on graduation you'll have fulfilled the academic requirement for Licentiate membership of the institute; you can apply for student membership while you study.
- We work with London hospitals and NHS laboratories to ensure you're fully versed in both the latest practice and the latest research. - You'll visit diagnostic laboratories and of course, our location gives you easy access to the British Library, the Science Museum, the Royal Institution and more.
- Our staff are supportive and hands-on – ever-ready with advice on your studies, they're also known for their strong pastoral care and for going the extra mile for their students.
- Our flexible timetable means you'll only spend two days a week at university if you're studying full-time, or one if you're part-time.

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Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is characterised by chronic inflammation of the Gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Studies have shown activation of hypoxia-inducible pathways can promote the resolution of inflammatory disease. Read more

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is characterised by chronic inflammation of the Gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Studies have shown activation of hypoxia-inducible pathways can promote the resolution of inflammatory disease. This occurs, in part, through regulation of autophagy and endoplasmic reticulum (ER)-stress/unfolded protein response (UPR) pathways, and potentially, their co-ordinated action. Not surprisingly, there is considerable interest in harnessing hypoxia-inducible pathways for potential IBD therapies; however this can only be achieved once we fully understand the biological mechanisms.

This clinically-relevant project would look to examine the functional effects of hypoxia on IBD using an in vitro model of IBD and a range of techniques, including mammalian cell culture, immunoblotting and qPCR, confocal microscopy and immunohistochemistry. In particular, it would focus on the importance of UPR and autophagic pathways and how they functionally intersect to resolve hypoxia-induced inflammation in IBD. This model and the research data generated from its will ultimately advance our understanding of the cellular and molecular mechanisms contributing to IBD.

A first degree (at least a 2.1) ideally in biomedical sciences or equivalent discipline with a good fundamental knowledge of cell biology and molecular biology associated techniques.

English language requirement

IELTS score must be at least 6.5 (with not less than 6.0 in each of the four components). Other, equivalent qualifications will be accepted. Full details of the University’s policy are available online.

Essential attributes:

• Experience of fundamental GLP, record keeping, troubleshooting, data handling and presentation skills

• Competent in basic laboratory skills

• Knowledge of cell biology and analytical techniques

• Good written and oral communication skills

• Strong motivation, with evidence of independent research skills relevant to the project

• Good time management

Desirable attributes:

Prior laboratory experience in mammalian cell culture and molecular biology is desirable



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MSc by Research (tuition and bench fees funded) . Applications are invited for a fees-funded MSc by Research available within the School of Life Sciences, Pharmacy and Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing, Kingston University. . Read more

MSc by Research (tuition and bench fees funded) 

Applications are invited for a fees-funded MSc by Research available within the School of Life Sciences, Pharmacy and Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing, Kingston University. 

Fee level of sponsorship: UK/EU fee level - international candidates will need to demonstrate that they can fund the difference in fees (if applicable) 

Annual stipend: £ NO STIPEND 

We are pleased to announce the availability of fees-funded 1 year Masters by Research project for the 2018/19 academic year entitled ‘Understanding bladder smooth muscle repair capacity in healthy and overactive bladders’. The funding, supported by Kingston Hospital Charity, will cover both tuition fees and bench fees (consumables costs). Please note that a stipend to cover living expenses is not included. The project will be co-supervised by Dr Natasha Hill, Associate Professor at Kingston University, and Dr Eduardo Cortes, Consultant Gynaecologist at Kingston Hospital, in collaboration with Dr Graham Knee, Clinical Director of Histopathology at Kingston Hospital. 

The project will involve analysis of clinical biopsy samples from healthy and overactive bladders (OABs). OAB is a seriously debilitating condition with a high incidence in the elderly group leading to increased risk of fractures, isolation, and depression. The successful candidate will use qRT-PCR, western blotting, immunohistochemistry and tissue culture to quantify expression of particular splice variants involved in muscle repair and regeneration and perform mechanistic analysis. Full training in relevant techniques will be provided, in addition to training in both research and transferable skills including experiment planning and design, data analysis, presentation and communication. This is an excellent opportunity to develop cell and molecular biology expertise in a clinical setting. 

Self-funded Masters by Research projects are also available in other areas within the School, please see our research pages at the link below, and you can contact any member of staff to find out more. 

https://www.kingston.ac.uk/faculties/science-engineering-and-computing/research/research-centres/ihsha/ 

For further details please contact: Dr Natasha Hill, Kingston University, UK. 

Email:  

Eligibility:

Applicants will need to have achieved, or be expected to achieve, a good BSc Hons degree in a relevant subject. 

English Language: If you are not from an English speaking country, or have not studied at an English university before, you will need to show proof of internet-based IELTS 6.5 overall (or equivalent qualification). For IELTS, you need a minimum score 6.0 in Writing and 5.5 in all other elements. Please see these pages for further information http://www.kingston.ac.uk/international/studying-at-kingston/language-requirements/ 

Deadline for applications: 30 July, 5 pm 

Expected start date: October 2018 

Duration: 1 year full-time 

How to apply:

Please send the following to  with the email subject “MScR“ 

• A completed postgraduate application form 

• An academic CV 

• Copies of your academic certificates (degree level onwards) 

• A covering letter stating why you consider you are suitable for the position (maximum 2 pages A4) 

• A copy of your English language qualification, if applicable (see ‘English Language’ above) 

References do not need to be included with the application, but will be required for shortlisted applicants. 

Please ensure that all required documents are submitted together with your application as we are unable to consider incomplete applications. 

You should assume that your application has been unsuccessful if you have not heard from us by 4 weeks after the closing date. 



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