Bangor University

Medical Biology BSc (Hons)

Bangor University
In Bangor

£13,300
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Important information

Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Bangor (Wales)
Duration 3 Years
Start September
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Bangor (Wales)
  • Duration:
    3 Years
  • Start:
    September
Description

Medical Biology forms the bridge between basic research and clinical medicine. It is the corner stone of modern health care and advanced drug development. You will learn about the cellular and genetic causes of major medical disorders such as cancer, psychiatric syndromes, autoimmune diseases, genetic disorders, as well as develop your knowledge of stem cell biology. You will study how major human diseases develop and explore the various ways in which medical disorders can be treated. The degree will take advantage of the expertise and facilities associated with the North West Cancer Research Institute.

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Where and when

Location

Starts

Bangor (Gwynedd)
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LL57 2DG

Starts

SeptemberNow taking bookings

To take into account

· What are the objectives of this course?

The course aims to enable understudies to: Demonstrate knowledge of a range of clinical skills as set out in the course content. Demonstrate knowledge of the theory underpinning the clinical skills

· Who is it intended for?

Graduates in Medical Biology are suitably placed to meet the recruitment needs of future employers in the areas of biotechnology, drug development, clinical research or public health services. Medical biologists can become involved in intellectual property management, business development, project management or marketing, and are employed by cancer charities, government agencies, the NHS and research institutes.

· Requirements

320 260 points including A Level Biology and at least AS Chemistry. Irish Leaving Certificate including Biology at Higher level and preferably Chemistry.

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What you'll learn on the course

Basic
IT
Basic IT training
Basic IT
Biology
Biochemistry
Cell Biology
Medical
Drug Development
Medical training
IT Development
Skills and Training
Molecular Biology & Biochemistry
Bioscience Skills
Foundation in Therapeutics
Introduction to Microbiology
Physiology and Anatomy
Biomedical Practicals
Good Laboratory Practice
Foundation in Clinical Skills
IT
IT
Molecular Biology & Biochemistry
Foundation in Clinical Skills

Course programme

Year 1 In year one you will carry out a number of compulsory modules to provide you with a good grounding in several important aspects of biology. 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 Biomedical Science (B102) before the start of year 2. 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: Bioscience Skills Molecular Biology & Biochemistry Cell Biology Biochemistry Practicals Haematology & Transfusion Basic Clinical Biochemistry Human Immunology Medical Microbiology Year 3 Compulsory modules: Medical Genetics Drug Development Molecular Causes of Disease Bio Enterprise and Employability Human Immunology & Disease Integrated Research Project The Master in Medical Biology is an extended undergraduate programme which allows students to graduate either with BSc (Hons) at the end of the third year or with a Master at the end of the fourth year. Sufficient standard must be achieved at the end of the second year for progression onto the Masters year following completion of the third year. For the Master degree, the fourth year is dedicated to an individual research project (90 credits), accompanied by one taught module Advanced Research Skills (20).

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