University of Southampton
Southampton’s full-time or part-time MSc Genomics programme explores the genomics and informatics of rare and common diseases, cancer and infectious diseases, and the application of these for diagnostics, prognostics and stratified medicine.
Our programme is suitable for science graduates seeking to apply genomics to their future careers, and for health professionals from medicine, nursing, public health and clinical sciences.
Our flexible postgraduate course offers you the option of tailoring your learning to suit your needs and career aspirations.
It will equip you with the skills to improve diagnosis and personalised treatment, as well as how to disseminate this knowledge to your peers, patients and the public.
Our MSc Genomics programme is based at one of the country’s leading teaching hospitals – University Hospital Southampton – and is taught by field-leading experts from across the University, including bioinformaticians, clinical geneticists and experimental researchers.
The programme is open to undergraduate medical students who wish to intercalate during their medical studies, who must have successfully completed at least three years of their medical degree and achieved 60% or above in all their Year 3 assessments.
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