Bangor University

Biomedical Science BSc (Hons)

Bangor University
In Bangor

£13,300
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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Bangor (Wales)
Start September
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Bangor (Wales)
  • Start:
    September
Description

This course has been specifically designed in collaboration with local NHS clinical laboratories and has been accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science. Scientific and clinical staff from hospitals in North Wales will be heavily involved in all aspects of teaching and guest presentations will be given by international diagnostic companies.

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Where and when

Location

Starts

Bangor (Gwynedd)
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LL57 2DG

Starts

SeptemberNow taking bookings

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· What are the objectives of this course?

Outline the structure and function of major biological molecules (including DNA and RNA). Interpret chemical pathways associated with carbohydrate, lipid and protein metabolism in humans. Explain the basic principles of acid/base regulation. The course aims to enable understudies to: Outline the cell cycle including DNA replication and cell death. Identify the cells in different tissue types of the body and relate structure to function, including the role of cellular organelles. Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the control of protein expression. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the mechanisms by which signals are transmitted within cells Explain the action and inhibition of enzymes

· Who is it intended for?

Biomedical scientists are in demand by a wide range of employers in areas such as the health service, pharmaceutical industry, medical research, food science, public health and forensic science and the degree is also accepted by many universities for postgraduate courses in Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science.

· Requirements

320 280 points including A Level Biology and at least AS Chemistry. Irish Leaving Certificate including Biology at Higher level and Chemistry.

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What you'll learn on the course

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Biology
Microbiology
Biochemistry
Cell Biology
Biomedical Science
Medical
Drug Development
Medical training
NHS Training
Biomedical
Skills and Training
Pathophysiology
Medical Microbiology
Integrated Research Project
Diagnostic Cellular Pathology
Clinical Biochemistry
Haematology and Transfusion
Microbiology & Human Disease
Medical Genetics
Cancer GeneticsHistology & Histochemistry
Human Immunology
Basic Clinical Biochemistry
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Cell Biology
Microbiology & Human Disease
Cancer GeneticsHistology & Histochemistry
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Course programme

Year 1 The first year is an introduction to important aspects of Biomedical Sciences and includes lectures, laboratory practicals and tutorial sessions in key foundation subjects. Since year 1 is common for all undergraduate degrees in the School of Medical Sciences, you will have an opportunity to change to Medical Sciences (B100) or Medical Biology (B103) before the start of year 2 Compulsory modules: Foundation in Molecules and Cells Key Skills in Medical Science Foundation in Clinical Skills Good Laboratory Practice Biomedical Practicals Physiology and Anatomy Introduction to Microbiology Foundation in Therapeutics Year 2 Compulsory modules: Molecular Biology & Biochemistry Cell Biology Vocational Skills Haematology & Transfusion Basic Clinical Biochemistry Human Immunology Medical Microbiology Histology & Histochemistry Cancer Genetics Year 3 Compulsory modules: Medical Genetics Drug Development Microbiology & Human Disease Haematology and Transfusion Clinical Biochemistry Diagnostic Cellular Pathology Pathophysiology Integrated Research Project There may be an opportunity for those interested in forging careers in NHS Pathology laboratories to apply for voluntary work experience during the course. During this period it may be possible to follow a training programme designed to meet the requirements for eligibility to apply for registration as a Biomedical Scientist with the Health and Care Professions Council on completion of the degree. Module listings are for guide purposes only and are subject to change annually.

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