Regenerative medicine is reshaping clinical medicine as we know it, uncovering new ways to replace, engineer or regenerate cells, tissues and organs lost or injured due to age, disease, or congenital defects. One of the longest-running courses of its kind in the UK, our MSc builds on our reputation for world-class research as a European Centre for Excellence in tissue engineering. Our multidisciplinary course provides a solid foundation in cell biology, human anatomy, physiology and molecular techniques, introducing you to stem cell/gene therapies, new implants, bio/tissue engineering, biomaterials and other novel technologies in this rapidly evolving and exciting discipline. Why study this course?
- Teaching is informed by our world-class research – 80% ranked world-leading or internationally excellent in Research Excellence Framework, 2021
- Keele is ranked top 20 in the UK for Pharmacology and Pharmacy (The Complete University Guide 2022).
- Outstanding facilities at the Guy Hilton Research Centre, a European Centre for Excellence in tissue engineering, with additional laboratories at three main NHS hospitals.
- Strong industry links provide opportunities to visit clinical settings and industrial partners and hear direct from those working at the cutting-edge of tissue engineering and repair.
- Opportunity for entrepreneurial development in areas of stem cells, cell and tissue engineering, biotechnology, therapy and drug delivery.
For information regarding modules for this course, please visit the course page on the Keele University website.
Entry requirements for this course include a First or Upper Second class (2:1 or equivalent) degree in engineering, physical or life sciences, medicine or professions allied to medicine or any other professional qualification relevant to course discipline. Other degree classifications can be considered on an informal interview.
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