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OverviewThis course explores the contemporary understanding of disease pathophysiology, current and emerging diagnostic procedures and aspects of therapy.Accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science, this course will provide you with an enhanced portfolio of knowledge and skills relevant to biomedical science in clinical and research environments[ME1] . Benefit from the opportunity to tailor the course content specifically to your career interests by choosing optional modules in areas such
This course explores the contemporary understanding of disease pathophysiology, current and emerging diagnostic procedures and aspects of therapy.
Accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science, this course will provide you with an enhanced portfolio of knowledge and skills relevant to biomedical science in clinical and research environments[ME1] . Benefit from the opportunity to tailor the course content specifically to your career interests by choosing optional modules in areas such as Cancer Biology, Nutrition, Environment and Public Health, Leadership and Quality Management, and Advanced Biotechnology.
During this course you will enhance your transferable skills and employability with teaching from a team of experienced research-active academic staff and practising biomedical scientists.
This course is an ideal post-graduate progression route for graduates of a BSc. in Biomedical Science or other relevant bioscience disciplines and will enhance your career prospects. Many of our recent graduates have progressed on to postgraduate research courses, leading to PhD or professional doctorates in Biomedical Science, while others who are HCPC registered biomedical scientists have increased their opportunities for progression within their speciality (subject to relevant training).
Professionally accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science, so you can enrich your skills and qualifications sought by employers.
Enables Health and Care Professions Council registered biomedical scientists to increase their opportunities for progression within pathology services.
Access extensive NHS links with NHS pathology centres to develop your understanding of the sector.
Developed in conjunction with local health trusts and taught by a team of experienced practitioner-based academic staff ensuring your learning is relevant to current practice.
Benefit from major investment in state-of-the-art laboratories and specialist equipment equivalent to what is used in industry.
An ideal progression route for graduates of BSc. Biomedical Science or other bioscience disciplines, helping to enhance your career prospects in the bioscience and biotechnology industries
Minimum 2:2 Hons or equivalent in relevant subject; In addition to this, part-time students will also need relevant professional experience (this would be normal practice as a Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) registered biomedical scientist working in the NHS); Experienced practitioners are encouraged to apply
De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) offers the perfect combination of award-winning teaching and specialist facilities. Based in the centre of the bustling and multicultural city of Leicester, rich in cultural heritage, history, and diversity, making it feel like the world is on your doorstep, located in the heart of England, our campus blends the historical and the new and has provided an inspiring place to study for more than 150 years.
Studying a postgraduate course allows you to go further in your knowledge and your career. You can become a specialist, explore the frontier of your subject area with leading researchers, gain accreditation or change trajectory.
Students choosing our taught courses can benefit from academic teaching which directly complements industry experience and is also informed by world-leading research.