Applied Genomics at Imperial College London - UCAS

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Course summary

Explore how 'big data' (omics) can be generated and used to understand the mechanisms underlying biological processes and diseases on this Master's course. Designed for those interested in a career in modern biomedicine, you will learn to extract relevant information and perform functional analysis on selected targets. During your studies, you will examine a range of new concepts in modern biomedical research and improve your analytical skills in practical sessions. You will also apply novel experimental techniques in the laboratory to better understand the causes, and potential cures, for diseases. A six-month research project forms a major component of this course, where you will become a member of a host lab and undertake innovative research culminating in an MSc thesis and oral assessment.

Entry requirements

2:1 in chemistry, biochemistry, physiology, or related biomedical science discipline. We also accept a wide variety of international qualifications.

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Applied Genomics at Imperial College London - UCAS