Glyndwr University

MRes Applied Biomedical Sciences Research

The MRes Applied Biomedical Sciences is for students who wish to work in clinical medicine and pursue further clinical research following completion of the MRes qualification. The focus of this MRes qualification is laboratory-based clinical research.

Aims of the program:

  • To provide Biomedical Science graduate students with the opportunity to develop an independent, substantial piece of scholarly research in an area that fits with the department's supervisory expertise.
  • To be informed by, and to contribute to, broader academic debates about the methods, approaches, and practices that underpin Biomedical Science Research.
  • To provide students with advanced scientific research training appropriate for both Level 7 and doctoral research in Biomedical Science.
  • To develop students' self-management, planning, and communication skills.
  • To prepare fully those students with suitable interests for further postgraduate research at the Master/Doctor of Philosophy level and beyond.

Entry Requirements

  • An Honours degree (2:2 or above) in a relevant subject
  • IELTS 6.5 (with no individual skill score below 6.0) 2 years before the course start date.
  • AS / A Level English Language and/or Literature Grade C

Career Prospects

The valuable knowledge gained in this program will make you attractive both to employers in the health, pharmaceutical, and related industries and to major academic research centers. The practical skills you will acquire in designing, performing, and analyzing experiments are highly transferable to a wide range of scientific areas. 

Career opportunities after completing MRes Applied Biomedical Sciences Research

  • Biomedical scientist.
  • Biotechnologist.
  • Clinical research associate.
  • Clinical scientist, biochemistry.
  • Clinical scientist, hematology.
  • Clinical scientist, immunology.
  • Forensic scientist.
  • Microbiologist.


Course Details

The programme provides an opportunity for in-depth study in all of the major disciplines covering biomedical science, as well as current regulatory frameworks, information communication technology and research methods. Topics of focus will include clinical chemistry, cellular and histopathology, haematology and transfusion as well as microbiology and immunology.

Modules

Research methods (20 credits)
Analytical & molecular techniques in Biomedical Science (20 credits)
Clinical medicine: pathology of disease (20 credits)
Research Project (120 credits)

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