MPhil in Medical Science (Haematology)


University of Cambridge    School of Clinical Medicine

Full time & Part time See Course MPhil, Research Only, Other 1 year full time, 2 years part time
Biological Sciences (4) Medicine (26)

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The MPhil in Medical Science (Haematology) is a one-year full-time programme offered by the Department of Haematology at the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. This research-focused course provides students with the opportunity to work closely with leading researchers in the field of haematology. The programme is designed to develop research skills and specialist knowledge, allowing students to carry out focused research under close supervision. There are no taught or examined courses, but students are encouraged to attend research seminars and workshops. Entry requirements include a UK II.i Honours Degree or its equivalent. Continuation to a PhD is possible based on individual merit.

About the course

The Department of Haematology is located on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. Research in the department falls into three main areas with major relevance for human disease: The Haematopoiesis and Blood Cancer Group, the Structural Medicine and Thrombosis Group, and the Transfusion Medicine Group.

The haematology research groups belonging to the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute moved into a brand new purpose-built facility on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus in 2019. The other Haematology groups are based across the Cambridge Institute for Medical Research, the NHS Cambridge Blood Centre and the Sanger Institute.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK II.i Honours Degree.

If your degree is not from the UK, please check International Qualifications to find the equivalent in your country.

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