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MSc Molecular Pathology and Therapeutics of Cancer


Course Description

This exciting new course is designed to equip future scientists with the knowledge to make a difference in the understanding and treatment of cancer. The course will take the mechanistic understanding of cancer biology and apply it to the analysis of risk, prevention, diagnosis, prognosis and therapy. Building on a foundation of the understanding of basic cancer cell biology, translational coverage will consider design of treatment modalities, mechanisms of action of anti-cancer drugs, therapy resistance and biomarker discovery. The course will allow the students to gain expertise and knowledge in therapy, cancer chemoprevention, anti-cancer target discovery, clinical trials, imaging, cancer risk and epidemiology and biostatistics. A key component of the course is a five/six-month research project, which will give students an opportunity to study one of these areas in depth.

Visit the MSc Molecular Pathology and Therapeutics of Cancer page on the University of Leicester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

A degree with first or second class honours in Biological Sciences or a related scientific discipline or an equivalent qualification.

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