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Our MSc Bioinformatics and Systems Biology course looks at two concepts that complement each other and reflect the skills currently sought by employers in academia and industry.
Bioinformatics is changing as high throughput biological data collection becomes more systems-oriented, with employers seeking people who can work across both disciplines.
Enormous success has been achieved in bioinformatics, such as in defining homologous families of sequences at the DNA, RNA, and protein levels. However, our appreciation of function is changing rapidly as experimental analysis scales up to cellular and organismal viewpoints.
At these levels, we are interested in the properties of a network of interacting components as a system, as well as the components themselves.
Our MSc reflects these
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We require an honours degree (minimum Upper Second) or overseas equivalent in biological sciences, medical sciences, physical sciences or computing sciences subject with sufficient evidence of the relevant units taken.
We may also consider exceptional applicants with a Lower Second who also have research experience or equivalent professional experience.
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If you’re considering undertaking master’s study or postgraduate research, you’ll find the perfect environment at The University of Manchester. Part of the prestigious Russell Group of universities, we enjoy an international reputation for our pioneering research and innovation.Read more
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