Medical science is growing rapidly and innovations in research, technology and medicine contribute to the health and wellness of the population as life expectancy rises. Students will learn about the basis for human disease, its detection and the range of scientific endeavours to treat disease and improve health. Areas studied include anatomy, physiology, haematology, histopathology, pathophysiology and biomedical ethics. Graduates enter careers in medical research and development, the health industry, and education.
Biomedical science is a vibrant profession with long-term career prospects, including management, research, education and specialised laboratory work. Students study the foundations of microbiology, biochemistry, human evolution, immunology, and pharmacology and continue on to specialise in one of the following laboratory disciplines: genetics, medical microbiology, clinical biochemistry.
Biomedical Sciences, Course Coordinator
Dr David Antony Coall
Medical and Health Sciences, Course Coordinator
Dr Rachel Alexander
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