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Molecular Mechanistic Toxicology MRes

Course Description

Toxicology is an expanding field with good career prospects. The MRes is a 1-year full time programme (commencing in late September) that aims to provide a research-orientated extension of a molecular biology background into the subject of molecular mechanistic toxicology. We strive to provide a lively, highly interactive teaching and research environment and training is provided by members of Academia, Industry, Hospitals and Government Institutes.

The research based MRes comprises of 2 taught modules, an extended library project and a 6 month research project.

Toxicology Research at Birmingham

The programme is coordinated by the School of Biosciences, which is recognised internationally as a major centre for both teaching and research in toxicology. Molecular Toxicology is a major component of the School's Molecular Pathobiology research theme. Specific areas of active research include:

- Mechanisms of cell toxicity
- Cellular proliferation and differentiation
- Environmental genomics
- Molecular biomarkers of genotoxicity and stress responses.
- Non-genotoxic carcinogens and intercellular communication
- Role of environmental and genetic factors in neurological disease

Funding: MRC and NERC grants as well as partial fees bursaries from the School may be available.

Enquiries: PGT Admissions, School of Biosciences, The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT
Tel: 0121-414-5922

Explore postgraduate study at Birmingham at our on-campus open day (Friday 4 March 2016). Register to attend at: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/pgopendays

If you can’t make it to one of our on-campus open days, our virtual open days run regularly throughout the year. For more information, please visit: http://www.pg.bham.ac.uk

Visit the Molecular Mechanistic Toxicology MRes page on the University of Birmingham website for more details!

(Student Profile)

Francis Amrit

778.jpg ' I hope Birmingham has many more students from India. It’s an absolute joy to study here.'

Like all beginnings, I was a little nervous about the whole move to Birmingham. However, the multicultural international environment at the University, combined with its history and hospitality made the entire experience a pleasure. The first year consisted of a lot of exploring and fun at Birmingham.

Given that the University ranks in the top 1% of the University’s on the planet, there is absolutely no doubt about the impact of the degree I hope to obtain. I have definitely grown as a professional at various levels and hopefully this will help me go places in the future.

University of Birmingham is by far one of the best campus Universities I have been to. The entire setup with its historical redbrick buildings to the modern ones alongside lush green lawns gives the entire place an excellent feel ideal for studying and research. Also the University centre with its shops, pub and the frequently occurring farmers market with the accessibility to a train station on campus that can get you into the city in a few minutes makes it even better. The campus is one of the best features of University.

Living at Birmingham has been a lot of fun. There were no problems at all with regards to settling in as an international student. Through the course I made a lot of friends in the department and across the University and has been a great experience getting to meet and know people from various international backgrounds.


Entry Requirements

2:1 Honours degree with a substantial component of Molecular Biology

Course Fees

£4,121 FT, £2,061 PT (UK/EU); £17,910 (overseas)

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