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  MRes Tropical Health and Infectious Disease Research


Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine    Masters Programmes

Full time September MRes 1 year full time
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Are you passionate about researching tropical health and infectious diseases? Then the MRes Tropical Health and Infectious Disease Research programme is perfect for you! This immersive programme offers an 8-month research project where you'll work alongside world-leading experts in low resource settings. With a focus on basic, clinical, and public health research, you'll gain valuable skills and knowledge to pursue a career in academia, the private sector, or non-profit organizations. Open to graduates with a 2.i Honours degree in biological sciences or a medical/veterinary degree, this programme also welcomes overseas candidates with relevant experience. Join us and make a difference in global health!

About the course

3 good reasons to study

  1. This programme gives a fully immersive experience of what it means to do scientific research
  2. Students will undertake an 8 month project (120 credits) that will allow them to integrate into an active research group providing access to world-leading experts and networking opportunities. There is an expectation towards publication in a peer reviewed journal.
  3. Students will be taught a range of academic and professional skills that will prepare them for future careers in research in academia and the private and non-profit sectors.

Co-Director's of Studies for various areas of research are:

Dr Anne Wilson is a Lecturer in Epidemiology and an Infectious Disease Epidemiologist

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Entry Requirements

Open to graduates with an Honours degree (minimum 2.i or equivalent) in the biological sciences or a medical/veterinary degree. Overseas candidates with other qualifications may be accepted, particularly if they have the relevant experience through working in an appropriate field for a number of years. Medical or Veterinary students who have completed at least three years of study and wish to intercalate are also accepted onto the programme.


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