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Molecular Pathology, Bioinformatics and Diagnostics MRes

Course content

The Molecular Pathology (MSc by Research) is a new high quality masters course designed to meet NHS and industry needs for molecular pathologists in the genomic medicine era.

Key facts

1. For both medically qualified graduates and non-medical science graduates

2. A high-quality flexible programme including distance-learning for the taught component

3. Research project in world-leading laboratories

4. Potential research placements in industry

5. The course aligns with prestigious UK initiatives

6. Holistic approach compared to similar UK courses

7. Fee support for Home/EU students

Visit our prospectus for further details.

*Please note that the 60 credits of taught modules are also available as a stand-alone PGCert for those who wish to undertake the taught component only.

Core modules

  • Genetics and Gene regulation
  • Statistics and Bioinformatics
  • Theoretical and Applied Molecular Diagnostics in the NHS
  • Research Module                                 

Notes:

  • There are no optional modules on the course
  • All module details are subject to change
  • The modules we offer are inspired by the RCPath curriculum, molecular diagnostics developments and research interests of our staff and hence may change for reasons of, for example, national curriculum/legislation changes and future research developments. This list enlists the current modules we offer

Research project

The research project enables students to experience contemporary research methods by engaging them to design a research programme and perform experiments, surveys, or other research activities aimed at solving a specific molecular pathology problem. Each student will be allocated an academic supervisor with whom they will discuss the project prior to commencement. Students will first collect, analyse data, read and collate previous results relevant to their project, then embark on a period of laboratory based research before preparing, writing and submitting a scientific paper. They will write a clear and concise report and will discuss their work with academic members during an oral presentation. The principal activities will be completion of the practical work and submission of a final report in the form of a dissertation and presentation.


Visit the Molecular Pathology, Bioinformatics and Diagnostics MRes page on the University of Nottingham website for more details!

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