Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
This programme combines in-depth teaching of disease mechanisms and molecular technologies with an emphasis on developing your critical and practical skills. It will provide you with the essential knowledge and skills to pursue a research career, either in a clinical or scientific setting, and contribute to the growing need for scientists and clinicians to translate molecular advances into the clinical situation. We place a strong emphasis on development of your practical skills and this is reflected in the research skills module, and the three month laboratory-based project.
This is a Cancer Research UK (CRUK) backed course, taught in a CRUK approved lab and clinical environment.
This programme will:
- Further your pathology skills, so it is an ideal career progression
- Give you a core understanding of human pathology and molecular biology and an in-depth knowledge of the principles and applications of molecular technologies as applied to human disease
- Update you on the most recent advances including tumour biology and cell signalling
- Have an emphasis on cancer therapy and molecular pathology
Why study MSc Cancer & Molecular Pathology and Genomics at Queen Mary?
Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry is comprised of two world renowned teaching hospitals, St Bartholomew’s and The Royal London, which have made, and continue to make, an outstanding contribution to modern medicine. We are one of the top five in the UK for medicine in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise with top ranking in cancer research.
Barts Cancer Institute (BCI) is a Cancer Research-UK Centre of Excellence and a leading cancer research institute in the UK.
- This course is taught by the UK’s leading oncology experts – we were ranked number one for Cancer Research in the last Research Assessment Exercise.
- You will be taught by internationally renowned lecturers that are at the forefront of the field in cancer biology, genetics, screening, prevention and therapy.
- A distance learning option is available.
For more information about intercalation please visit the Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry website.
- Successfully completed at least 3 years of the MBBS, MbChB or equivalent medical course
- (for clinically based Masters this must include the equivalent of one year of patient based teaching (in hospital/GP practices/clinics)).
- Passed year 3 or 4 exams immediately prior to entry at the first opportunity.
- Demonstrate a clear and unequivocal interest in the field by written application +/- interview.
- For students internal and external to QMUL it is confirmed that the beginning of the first term for the following year starts after all the QMUL Masters assessments are completed.
Monday 4 February 2019