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Why study at Roehampton

  • Develop advanced research skills required in preparation for your career within biomedical research, a clinical environment, or in the health industry.
  • Collaborate with leading, internationally renowned experts in the field who will teach topical and current issues in biomedicine.
  • Conduct your own research project in our state-of-the-art molecular biology laboratories equipped with microscopy analysers, autoradiography, flow cytometry, high sensitivity HPLC and LC-MS, and neural stem cell and tissue culture facilities.
  • We are the most research-intensive modern university in the UK (Research Excellence Framework 2014).
  • Roehampton is ranked best modern university in London (Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016).

This innovative degree offers a fascinating opportunity to study modern and topical research areas in Cell Biomedicine. You will gain the essential skills required to prepare for your career in either biomedical research, a clinical setting or within the health industry.

This postgraduate degree will provide you with advanced research training in medical aspects of cell biology and pathology and you will conduct your own lab based research project. With a focus on research methods, you will take you research methods to the next level in producing your own research design, understanding ethics in research projects and best practice in handling statistical data-sets. The programme includes a variety of subject-specific lectures, seminars, tutorials and practical work that will give keep you up-to-date with the current advances in the field. You will learn the theoretical and technological aspects of cellular biomedicine and their practical applications within industry.

You will be taught by enthusiastic, research active experts in the field who conduct research in a diverse range of topics that you can choose to study such as cellular and molecular mechanisms of cancer, microbial resistance to antibiotics, immune mechanisms of disease, stem cell research and molecular modelling in cell biology.

You will conduct your research project in our state-of-the-art laboratories equipped with microscopy analysers, autoradiography, flow cytometry, high sensitivity HPLC and LC-MS, and neural stem cell and tissue culture facilities.

You will automatically be a part of our Health Sciences Research Centre, a community of leading experts who are currently investigating a range of topical issues. You will participate in engaging discussions within research seminars on the latest developments within neuroscience and the health sciences.

In this postgraduate programme, you will be trained in medical aspects of cell biology and pathology with a focus on the lab based research project. The programme has a strong focus on research methods and will provide you with necessary skills in research design, ethics and statistical methods.

You will learn the most recent advances in cellular biomedicine by being part of engaging subject-specific lectures, seminars, tutorials and conducting your own research. You will study the theoretical and technological and their practical applications in cellular biomedicine.

Research Project
Research Methods
Cells, Disease and Therapy
Communication

Career options

This postgraduate programme provides both a solid academic basis and practical hands-on experience in the area of cellular biomedical sciences. It will prepare you for careers in academia, clinical research, the health industry or within government organisations.

Level

Postgraduate

MRes

Number of credits

180

Postgraduate entry requirements

Department

Life Sciences

Duration

1 year (full-time)

Programme start

September

Tuition fees

£11,000 (2017; full-time UK/EU)

£21,000 (2017; full-time International)

For further fee information see our UK/EU or International finance pages

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Further information

Dr Yolanda Calle-Patino »
yolanda.calle-patino@roehampton.ac.uk »
+44 (0)20 8392 5030

+44 (0)20 8392 3232

Postgraduate open evening

Wednesday 15 November 2017