Medical Microbiology (Euromasters) at University of Surrey
On this programme, you will study theoretical aspects of medical microbiology, encompassing the biological and pathogenic properties of microbes, their role in health and disease, the reactions of the host to infection, and the scientific basis for the detection, control and anti-microbial treatment of infectious disease.
Accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science, the two-year course will increase your scientific understanding of medical microbiology and develop your management and research skills to drive forward your career.
You will spend four days per week pursuing a research project in internationally recognised laboratories and receive a full taught MSc programme from leading experts in the field of medical microbiology and its associated disciplines.
This extensive research experience makes Surrey graduates highly employable.
- Viral Infections
- Bacterial, Protozoal and Fungal Pathogens
- Immunology and Pathogenesis of Infectious Disease
- Microbial Genetics and Molecular Biology
- Epidemiology: Disease Control and Public Health
- Managing Research
- Advanced Research Methods
Post-graduates from the University of Surrey with an MSc in Medical Microbiology (EuroMasters) have gone onto senior research positions in industry, academia or in the public sector in either the UK or around the world. Many also go on to apply the extensive research experience obtained during this two year full time programme to study for a PhD.
The School of Biosciences and Medicine
The School of Biosciences and Medicine is home to a vibrant research community, an innovative teaching and learning environment and extensive, well-established collaborations with industry, clinical practice and the wider community.
Staff within the School are internationally recognised for their expertise in areas including cancer, vaccine biology, cell biology, diet, infectious diseases, sleep, addiction and cardiovascular disease.
The Medical Microbiology programme is led by Dr Dany Beste, Lecturer in Microbial Metabolomics, whose research interests include tuberculosis.
Closes: Sunday, 3 May 2015.