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Ensures students are highly skilled in molecular biology and genetics, including bioinformatics.
The major includes a strong focus on laboratory skills and analysis, as well as up to date lectures incorporating the latest developments in genetics research ensures that students are well prepared to find employment in a range of laboratory and other scientific positions.
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Students undertaking the Medical Genetics unit have the option to volunteer in a Genetic Support Group of their choice as part of their work experience. Students who do not wish to volunteer are given alternative activities and assessments.
There is flexibility regarding the number of hours students volunteer at the group and this is arranged by the students at their convenience.
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