MSc Cancer Pharmacology
This course will provide an expert view of the available cancer medicines and development of new cancer therapies. It will meet the demands of employers and students at taught postgraduate level. The course uses a range of teaching strategies to promote independent study and research to develop a systematic and critical understanding of the molecular basis of cancer and cancer drug actions and fate.
The course will benefit from the multidisciplinary team of researchers in the field of anti-cancer drug design, synthesis, screening and pharmacology both at Bradford and through our extensive links with experts at other universities and industry. Students will benefit from excellent research laboratories in a research focused environment.
All students will study a common programme covering the following areas:
- Molecular Basis of Cancer and Cancer Therapy
- Preclinical Models for Drug Development
- Cancer Pharmacology
- Research and Analytical Methods
- Critical Appraisal
- Research Project
2:2 or above in a science subject such as pharmacology, biochemistry, biomedical sciences, biological sciences, pharmacy or a related subject.
Applications are welcome fromcandidates with non-standard qualifications, who have significant relevant experience.
English language requirements
IELTS 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each of the subtests.
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Last updated February 1, 2016