MRes Programmes

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MRes Programmes

Masters programmes
Newcastle Biomedicine is recognised internationally. Research in the biosciences and biomedical sciences is strong particularly in ageing and cell and molecular biology, including cancer, neurosciences, cellular medicine of chronic diseases and genetics. There is an emphasis on translational research directed towards disease prevention, delivery of new treatments and improved patient stratification. These endeavours are supported by fundamental research in mitochondria, stem cell biology, cancer, bacterial cell biology, and in diet and health and animal behaviour.
Applications to these programmes are invited from science graduates and from medical and dental graduates or students in their intercalation year.
Competitive MRes and MSc International Scholarships are available.
MRes Programmes
The emphasis of these programmes is on the research element of the year of study.
There are opportunities for specialisation in several different areas of expertise within the Faculty including: ageing, animal behaviour, biosciences, biotechnology, cancer, cardiovascular, diabetes, genetics, immunobiology, microbiology,neuroscience, stem cells, therapeutics,
toxicology and transplantation.

Graduate School, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Newcastle University, Framlington Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 4HH
Tel: (0191) 222 7002
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Deadline: 10 January 2014

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