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This programme aims to develop your interest in translational cardiovascular research and medicine, and equip you with an enhanced knowledge, understanding and critical awareness of the current approaches and emerging research in this area. The programme, which is delivered by clinicians and scientists, provides a firm theoretical grounding in the basic scientific principles and clinical applications of translational cardiovascular medicine, and will help you develop essential skills and prepare for employment or a further higher degree in this field. In addition, you will be introduced to key practical techniques employed in this area.
The programme is designed to appeal to a wide range of students, including biomedical scientists, allied health professionals and
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An upper second-class (or, exceptionally, a lower second-class) honours degree in a science or medicine-related subject.
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Founded in 1876, the University of Bristol combines a proud tradition of academic excellence with an independent and forward-thinking spirit. We attract the best and brightest students from more than 150 countries, creating a rich and exciting international community.Read more
Before attending the University of Bristol, I studied Physiological sciences (BSc) at Newcastle University. I graduated and went straight into studying the masters course.
I have an interest in translational research/medicine, with a focus on cardiovascular medicine. From online research, I could not find a course that encompassed my interests more than the course at Bristol. I was also very aware of the internationally renowned reputation of cardiovascular medicine at the University of Bristol and the Bristol Heart Institute.
The University of Bristol has a strong academic background and it is clear that prides itself on producing well informed, high achieving graduates. With that being said, the University has a friendly atmosphere and caters for a plethora of extra-curricular interests.
I have always lived in Bristol and therefore already knew that it was a dynamic city that catered for people of all interests.
I have enjoyed the mixture of an interesting course, excellent teaching, fantastic facilities and being in such a great city.
The most impressive aspect of my programme has been just how much material I have been taught. The material is always so informative and informed by research. The course has also changed my thought process somewhat, stimulating me to problem solve and to challenge information as opposed to merely accepting it, a critical attribute for a clinician.
After completing my studies, I plan to pursue a career in academic medicine, with hopes to conduct translational research as a clinician.
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