Excellent non-clinical MSc courses in a 5A rated Interdisciplinary Research Institute are being offered within the Medical School - high success rate in job or academic placement.
Options in tissue engineering and stem cell therapy for surgical repair, biomaterials, biomechanics, novel magnetic approaches to therapeutics, projects supporting new types of clinical therapies.
Further options in physiological measurement and medical imaging, biomedical signal processing/modelling, equipment management, a hospital based research project.
Course aims and objectives:
The aims of the courses are to provide multi-disciplinary Master’s level postgraduate training in biomedical engineering and cell and tissue engineering.
These will involve building on existing undergraduate knowledge in basic sciences to apply to clinical applications of bioengineering and cell and tissue engineering relevant to the healthcare environment.
The overall objectives are
1.To provide courses at a postgraduate level leading to professional careers in biomedical engineering and cell and tissue engineering in a wide range of healthcare establishments i.e. medical organisations, medical research institutions and NHS Trust hospitals,
2.To provide an opportunity for in-depth research into specialist and novel areas of biomedical engineering and cell and tissue engineering
3.To expose students to practical work in a hospital environment with hands-on knowledge of patient care
4. To introduce students to exciting new fields within biomedical and cell and tissue engineering such as cellular engineering and novel technologies for physiological monitoring.
All national and international students are welcome to apply with diverse background such as physics, chemistry, medicine and any engineering related interdisciplinary (Nano/Bio) subjects.
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