No matter which branch of the biomedical sciences you are studying, you’ll need to have a firm grasp of laboratory and professional skills to succeed.
What does this book cover?
Biomedical Science Practice experimental and professional skills (Fundamentals of Biomedical Science) is written in a way that is easy for specialists and non-specialists alike to understand. It focuses on connecting the practice of biomedical science with an understanding of all of the life sciences which inform and underlie it.
Biomedical Science Practice experimental and professional skills could be a huge help to you during your studies and throughout your career. It covers topics like:
About the Author
Dr Qiuyu Wang teaches at Manchester Metropolitan University, specialising in Nutritional Physiology and Cellular Biology. She researches cancer biology. Dr Nessar Ahmed teaches at Manchester Metropolitan University, where he holds the post of Reader in Clinical Biochemistry. He specialises in diabetes. Hedley Glencross is a researcher at the Institute of Biomedical Science where he serves as Professional Practice liaison Officer.
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