Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics is driving medical research, discovery and practice. Through the application of mathematics, statists and computing to biological and clinical scenarios, the course equips students to identify complex patters which relate to patient response to treatment and prognosis. This course also offers the opportunity for career progression through studying in the USA.
This MSc programme offers a broad range of experience across multiple disciplines, demonstrating how precision medicine can improve and shape future cancer treatments. Dedicated research projects will provide students with hands-on experience of the latest molecular techniques, in a state-of-the-art laboratory environment.
Experimental Medicine aims to identify mechanisms of pathophysiology of disease, and demonstrate proof-of-concept evidence of the efficacy and importance of new discoveries or treatments. It spans fundamental research in the biosciences to the application of new strategies towards clinical translation that will improve delivery of healthcare.
The MPH in Global Health provides a clear understanding of global health issues and how those issues affect public health policy and practice. The programme offers solid public health training in and exposure to global health politics, policies, systems and practices through didactic teaching sessions, team-based research and presentations, and individual work-based projects or dissertations.
This MSc in Clinical Anatomy aims to provide students with a greater understanding of advanced human anatomy including appropriate radiological anatomy, microscopic anatomy and embryology. The modules presented emphasise clinically and surgically relevant anatomy, although they are not designed exclusively for clinicians.
A MPH is an internationally recognised qualification opening up many employment opportunities throughout the world. The course equips students with the knowledge and skills base to pursue a career in public health or other health-related leadership roles. The Centre for Public Health at Queen’s University hosts one of five UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC) Public Health Research Centres of Excellence.