You will be trained in science research methods and learn the techniques used in molecular biology. You will study the biology of disease, tumour biology, immunology, molecular oncology, haematological malignancy, plus diagnostic and therapeutic techniques for cancer.
In addition to an understanding of the principles and practice of core topics in medical science, you will gain in-depth knowledge of oncology topics and their relationship to other medical disciplines. Your research project can be carried out with one of our life science research groups or in your workplace if you study full time or part time. It can be an excellent selling point when seeking a job or promotion.
Reasons to choose Kingston University
- You will have the opportunity to work with companies such as GlaxoSmithKline or at a research institute, such as the Institute of Cancer Research and in hospital laboratories.
- Through a research project, you can study an area of interest in depth and gain valuable research skills.
- Flexible and part time options can help you fit your studies around other commitments. Single modules may be taken as part of continuing professional development