This degree program is typically delivered over a single year at full time.
- Evidence Based Medicine
Here you’ll explore was to apply the scientific method to qualitative, experimental, descriptive and analytical research techniques and data collection methods.
- Analysis and Interpretation of Clinical Data
You’ll explore data analysis, sampling, assaying, and the ethical and regulatory issues associated with data gathering.
- Clinical Medicine
Here you’ll look at how aging, disease and reaction to pathogens affects people on the molecular, biochemical and physiological levels.
- Current Issues in Biomedical Science
You’ll explore some of the latest and most pressing issues in the field, and what they could mean for you and your career.
- Blood Sciences
You’ll study haemostasis and haematopoiesis, as well as how to conduct investigations of the blood in a laboratory setting.
- Clinical Immunology and Microbial Pathogenesis
You’ll investigate issues in clinical immunology, such as the pathogenesis and epidemiology of infectious disease.