We teach genetics and genomics in three medical and rheumatology-specific taught courses at the University.
MSc Clinical Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Medicine
We deliver teaching modules as part of this course, which is designed for doctors who are aiming for a career in rheumatology or a related subject.
MRes Medical Sciences
This course can be taken by medical students after Year 4 of clinical training, with candidates often selected from students admitted to the MBChB undergraduate courses at Manchester and the University of St Andrews.
It is also open to medical students from other universities in the UK, as well as medical and dental graduates with medical research experience.
MRes Translational Medicine
A course open to students with an honours degree in the biomedical, medical, biological, chemical, biochemical or pharmacological sciences or in medicine, dentistry or veterinary medicine.
Through this course you will obtain the research skills needed to use state-of-the-art biotechnologies to rapidly translate disease research into improved clinical healthcare.