Newcastle University

Modern medicine depends on the advances made by scientists working in the biomedical sciences.

You’ll explore the links between: anatomy; biochemistry; genetics; immunology; microbiology; neuroscience; pharmacology, and physiology.

This multidisciplinary approach gives you in-depth knowledge about the science of the human body.

It also helps you understand disease processes. You’ll learn how we can develop new treatments for cancer, Alzheimer’s, AIDS and more. This is essential for the development of new and improved treatments, as well as for preventative approaches.

Study with us and you’ll:

  • develop scientific and experimental skills through practical work in our biomedical labs
  • boost your CV through work experience here at the University
  • learn from experts and graduate with the latest knowledge of human health and disease

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