University of Liverpool
The city of Liverpool is a centre for excellence in cancer care. This, coupled with the University’s strong links with the new Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, makes it the perfect place to hone your knowledge and skills in this area. You will be taught by both internationally renowned biomedical scientists and clinicians in practice, providing in-depth scientific knowledge of the molecular mechanisms driving different cancer diseases and their relevance to clinical treatment options.
The core element of the programme covers a wide spectrum of research activities, starting from the identification of novel targets, through their validation in pre-clinical tumour models, and ultimately their validation in early phase clinical trials.
Our “bench to bedside” approach will enable you to work within a multidisciplinary environment of world leading scientists and cancer specialists to address the latest challenges in cancer research.
As part of this programme you will have the opportunity to join a cancer research team and pursue a research project where you will be exposed to the latest cutting edge technologies used for cancer research.
Normally, at least a 2.1 Honours degree in a Biological Sciences subject or equivalent. Candidates must have a scientific background acceptable to the Programme Director.
For full details, including international entry requirements, please visit the course page on the University of Liverpool website. If you have any queries about the specifics of eligibility for intercalating medical students, please contact the Postgraduate Recruitment Team above.
Application deadlines based on your current status are available via the course page on the University of Liverpool website.