Postgraduate students will also learn about techniques for embryo micromanipulation and in vitro fertilisation (IVF), along with the ethical issues surrounding Clinical Embryology.
Other topics you may explore during a Masters in Clinical Embryology include the anatomy and physiology of the reproductive system, embryo culture and Cryobiology.
Most courses are taught via a combination of lectures, seminars and laboratory sessions, giving Masters students the chance to take part in theoretical and practical learning.
Why study a Masters in Clinical Embryology?
There are many reasons why someone might want to study a Masters in Clinical Embryology. Some people may want to further their knowledge in this area so that they can become a more specialised fertility doctor or embryologist.
Others may want to use this knowledge to help them become a research scientist in this field. And still others may want to become a teacher or counsellor in this field so that they can help others who are facing fertility issues.