Are you studying biomedical sciences, microbiology or immunology, and would like to study an applied aspect to MSc level with great career prospects? Then this IBMS (Institute of Biomedical Science) accredited course could be for you
Applications are invited from science graduates to study for the MSc in Transfusion and Transplantation Sciences. The course is run jointly by the School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, University of Bristol and the Bristol Institute of Transfusion Sciences. The course starts in October and can be studied full-time for 1 year or part-time over 2 or 3 years by block release.
The course aims to develop your interest, knowledge and understanding of the theory, practical techniques and research relating to the science of transplantation and transfusion medicine.
Teaching combines informal lectures, tutorials, practical laboratory experience and a research project with the bias on transfusion.
The lecture units are: Haemopoiesis, Immunology, Platelets and coagulation, Blood groups, Haematological diseases, Blood donation, Blood components, Clinical transfusion, Transfusion transmitted infections, Stem cell transplantation, Solid organ transplantation and Tissue engineering.
The course is directed by Dr Tricia Denning-Kendall.
For further details including how to apply online visit the University postgraduate prospectus page for this course.
Further information including location of course, dates of teaching and accommodation advice:
Dr Tricia Denning-Kendall
NHSBT, North Bristol Park, Northway, Filton
Bristol, BS34 7QH
phone: 0117 912 7344, email: email@example.com
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