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Masters Degrees (Clinical Embryology)

We have 5 Masters Degrees (Clinical Embryology)

Clinical Embryology is the branch of medicine that deals with the development and care of embryos and foetuses. By studying a Masters in Clinical Embryology, you’ll gain an in-depth understanding of human development and reproduction, as well as knowledge of the causes of infertility and methods of assisted reproduction.

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.

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