MSc in Medical Microbiology

Top 13 Masters of Science in Medical Microbiology 2017

Medical Microbiology

An MSc degree, short for Master of Science, is the achievement earned by students who successfully complete graduate-level study in their chosen field. The scientific component of the program is typically manifested in the requirement of clinical or laboratory courses in addition to theoretical ones.

What is an MSc in Medical Microbiology? An MSc in Medical Microbiology is a course of study that emphasizes viruses, epidemiology and the treatment of these issues. The program trains students to understand the biological composition and effect of viruses and bacteria, including their transmission and development. You will learn these concepts through courses such as Virology, Taxonomy of Microorganisms, Growth Cycles of Bacteria and Infectious Disease. In addition, significant amounts of time will likely be spent in the laboratory studying microorganisms, pathogens and bacteria.

Students who enroll in this program will benefit from its wide range of applications as well as its emphasis on laboratory experience. Though training is tailored to the study of viruses and epidemiology, the concepts learned will likely be relevant to opportunities in a variety of fields in or outside of microbiology.

The cost of an MSc in Medical Microbiology will depend on where you attend school and how long the program is. Contact the admissions office for the most accurate information on estimated tuition and fees.

An MSc in Medical Microbiology is a great starting point for a career in the study and prevention of disease. Since this is an objective shared by many establishments, there are many potential employment opportunities. You are likely to be qualified to work in doctors’ offices, hospitals, government agencies or general laboratory settings. In any of these places, your knowledge of bacteria and pathogens can surely be put to use. You might also be interested in pursuing jobs teaching or writing, however, and there are likely to be chances for you to apply your knowledge here, too.

If you would like to earn an MSc in Medical Microbiology through online or part-time study, there are some schools that may offer options that accommodate your schedule. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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MSc Pathology

New York Medical College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Westchester

The Department of Pathology offers programs of study and research training leading to the Master of Science degree. This program focus on the comprehensive study of pathogenic mechanisms of disease. [+]

MSc in Medical Microbiology. Program Director: Fred Moy, Ph.D. The Department of Pathology offers programs of study and research training leading to the Master of Science degree. This program focus on the comprehensive study of pathogenic mechanisms of disease. This knowledge, and the ability to apply it, is absolutely essential for the ultimate prevention and cure of all diseases, whatever their cause. The educational program for the M.S. degree is designed to foster analytical problem-solving within the wide range of the basic medical sciences, with particular emphasis on the fundamental disciplines of cellular and molecular biology, biochemistry, and immunology. Research programs within the graduate programs provide a vigorous multidisciplinary milieu in which to receive laboratory training for a career in the biomedical sciences. Specific Program Requirements (Hegis Code 0408) Elective courses are chosen in consultation with the graduate program director and faculty sponsor. PATH–8600 may be counted toward elective credit requirements in all Experimental Pathology programs. Research credits may be substituted for didactic credits in the general experimental pathology M.S. track (Plan B), but not in any of the three specialized M.S. tracks. Master of Science in Pathology A minimum of 31 credits is required including either the one-credit Master’s Literature Review (Plan A) or the one credit Master’s Thesis (Plan B). Curriculum BIOC 1250 Biochemistry of Gene Expression (4 credits) PATH 1010 Morphological and Functional Basis of Pathobiology (3 credits) PATH 1050 Conceptual Pathology (1 credit) PATH 1080 Introduction to Pathology (3 credits) PATH 1090 Systemic Pathology (3 credits) PATH 1110 Fundamentals of Animal Research (3 credits) PATH 1200 Introduction to Epidemiology (3 credits) PATH 1410 General Pathology (6 credits) PATH 1420 Systemic Pathology (8 credits) PATH 2110 Introduction to Electron Microscopy (2 credits) PATH 2210 Applied Environmental Science & Health (3 credits) PATH 2220 Environmental Engineering and Health (3 credits) PATH 2230 Environmental Law, Policy and Management (3 credits) PATH 2310 Environmental Toxicology (3 credits) PATH 2320 Nutritional Toxicology (3 credits) PATH 2520 Air Pollution (3 credits) PATH 2920 Health Physics in Research and Medicine (2 credits) PATH 7010 Directed Readings In Experimental Pathology (1-2 credits) PATH 7610 Biological Safety Evaluation of Chemical Products (2 credits) PATH 7620 Acute and Subchronic Toxicity (4 credits) PATH 7630 Chronic Toxicity and Carcinogenicity (3 credits) PATH 7640 Mutagenic Effect of Chemical Products (4 credits) PATH 7660 Reproductive Performance and Teratology (3 credits) PATH 7670 Mechanisms of Chemical Toxicity (3 credits) PATH 7680 Advanced Comparative Toxicokinetics (3 credits) PATH 7690 Diagnostic Problems and Methods in Drug-Induced Diseases (3 credits) PATH 7710 Introduction to Toxicological Pathology (3 credits) PATH 7720 Regulatory Experimental Pathology (3 credits) PATH 8010 Journal Club (1 credits) PATH 8400 Internship in Environmental Sciences and Health (2 credits) PATH 8600 Techniques in Experimental Pathology (1 credit) PATH 9110 Experimental Pathology Laboratory (1 credit) PATH 9750 Master’s Literature Review (1 credit) PATH 9800 Master’s Thesis Research (1-5 credits) PATH 9850 Master’s Thesis (1 credit) PATH 9900 Doctoral Dissertation Research [-]

MSc Microbiology & Immunology

New York Medical College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Westchester

The Department of Microbiology and Immunology offers a vigorous multi-disciplinary training environment leading to the M.S. degree. Our program focuses on the comprehensive study of bacteriology, virology, and immunology with emphasis on mechanisms of human disease caused by pathogens at the cellular and molecular level. [+]

Program Director: Raj Tiwari, Ph.D. The Department of Microbiology and Immunology offers a vigorous multi-disciplinary training environment leading to the M.S. degree. Our program focuses on the comprehensive study of bacteriology, virology, and immunology with emphasis on mechanisms of human disease caused by pathogens at the cellular and molecular level. Graduates with a Master’s degree in Microbiology and Immunology are prepared for research, technical, and supervisory positions in scientific laboratories in academia, industry, government, and the health care field. Within the Master’s program, emphasis may be placed on bacteriology, virology or immunology. The following areas are available for thesis research: bacterial genetics; influenza virus antigens; HIV infection; pathogenesis of infectious disease; monoclonal antibody production; molecular biology of neoplastic disease; oncogenes and growth factors; anti-idiotype therapy of autoimmune and neoplastic diseases; immunological and biological therapy of disease; and cellular immunology. The Department of Microbiology and Immunology does not specify prerequisite undergraduate courses, but a background in chemistry (qualitative and quantitative analysis, physical, and organic), physics, mathematics (including calculus), and botany or zoology is desirable. Specific Program Requirements (Hegis Code 0411) Plan A: A minimum of 30 course credits, including a one-credit Master’s Literature Review, is required. Degree candidates must complete at least 9 credits from the “core” curriculum (MICRO 2000 - 2999), as well as the other specified required courses. A maximum of 6 credits from “Techniques” courses (MICRO 9100 - 9190) may be used to fulfill elective credit requirements. Other elective credits may be earned from advanced Microbiology and Immunology courses (MICRO 3000 - 7999) or, with the approval of the program director, courses in other disciplines. “Core” credits earned beyond the 9-credit minimum may also be applied towards the elective credit requirement. Plan B: A minimum of 30 credits is required, including a one-credit Master’s Thesis. Degree candidates must complete at least 9 credits from the “core” curriculum (MICRO 2000 - 2999), as well as the other specified required courses. A maximum of 6 credits from “Techniques” courses (MICRO 9110 - 9190) may be used to fulfill elective credit requirements. In addition, up to 5 credits for Master’s Thesis Research (MICRO 9800) may be used towards the 30-credit requirement. Other elective credits may be earned from advanced Microbiology and Immunology courses (MICRO 3000 - 7999) or, with the approval of the program director, courses in other disciplines. “Core” credits earned beyond the 9-credit minimum may also be applied towards the elective credit requirement. Curriculum MICRO 1010 General Microbiology MICRO 1410 Medical Microbiology MICRO 2010 Basic Immunology MICRO 2020 Advanced Immunology MICRO 2110 Virology MICRO 2120 Microbial Genetics MICRO 2140 Microbial Pathogenicity MICRO 2210 Molecular Biology MICRO 2310 Molecular Biology & Immunology of Tumor Cells MICRO 3010 Adhesion Molecules MICRO 3210 Signal Transduction MICRO 3230 Principles of Biological Therapy MICRO 4110 Advanced Virology MICRO 4210 Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases MICRO 8020 Departmental Seminar MICRO 9110 Techniques in Microbiology and Immunology MICRO 9750 Master’s Literature Review MICRO 9800 Master’s Thesis Research MICRO 9850 Master’s Thesis MICRO 9900 Doctoral Dissertation Research [-]

MSc Molecular Medicine

Brunel University: College of Health and Life Sciences
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Uxbridge + 1 more

The course aims to provide you with specialist theoretical and practical knowledge and experience of cellular, molecular biology and genetics, and their application to the study of a variety of human diseases. [+]

MSc in Medical Microbiology. About the Course The course aims to provide you with specialist theoretical and practical knowledge and experience of cellular, molecular biology and genetics, and their application to the study of a variety of human diseases. The programme will focus on developing research skills and is designed to enable you to develop the ability to become an independent and creative scientist. Aims Through our enthusiastic, innovative and research-driven approach, the teaching on this course reflects the fast changing nature of biomedical research – with specific emphasis to human genome and molecular medicine. Course Content The course is offered on a one-year full-time basis, taught over three terms, or on a two year part-time basis, taught over six terms. You will complete six modules in total. Four modules will each be taught over a two-week period in a ‘block’ mode. These taught modules will not run concurrently allowing you to focus on one module at a time and will help promote better time management skills. All lecture material will be available via Vista and will be accessible from your home computer. You will study a Research Planning module to develop skills required for your dissertation. You will then take a unique Research Dissertation module over a 9 month (full-time) or 18 month (part-time) period, to allow you to conduct a detailed investigation into a research question of your choice. If in full-time employment, and attending the course on part-time mode, it may be possible to conduct the research dissertation at the workplace. Special Features Through an enthusiastic, innovative and research-driven approach, our teaching will reflect the fast changing nature of the biomedical research (with specific emphasis to human genome, molecular medicine and cancer research). Brunel University London is research led and students attending either course will have the opportunity to conduct a 9-month research dissertation as a part of the MSc course. Students will be given a choice of research topics and will be normally associated with one of the research centres within Biosciences. Careers Our graduates will be highly skilled in a variety of research methodologies and will be equipped for a range of career opportunities. These could include health-related professions; pharmaceutical/biotechnology industries, PhD study or research assistantships in cancer and genomic research. Entry Requirements A recent UK first or second class Honours degree in the field of Biosciences. Other qualifications including equivalent internationally recognised qualification or relevant experience from health professionals (eg doctors; nurses; MLSOs) will be assessed on an individual basis and a request for completion of an online biological test in molecular and cell biology may be required. [-]

MSc in Molecular Mechanisms of Disease (Research)

Radboud University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Netherlands Nijmegen

As a student in the Research Master’s programme Molecular Mechanisms of Disease, you will find yourself in a dynamic research environment – one in which every new theoretical insight may be the key to a new medicine or better diagnosis and treatment. [+]

Cells organise and rule our bodies. Disturbances in cellular processes can lead to serious disorders such as metabolism and immune diseases, heart and circulation problems, cancer, and the diseases that come with age. The Nijmegen Centre for Molecular Life Sciences (NCMLS) plays a leading role in the fight against these diseases. This research institute engages in a continual exchange of knowledge and expertise between clinic and research laboratory. This is possible thanks to close cooperation with the nearby University Medical Centre. As a student in the Research Master’s programme Molecular Mechanisms of Disease, you will find yourself in a dynamic research environment – one in which every new theoretical insight may be the key to a new medicine or better diagnosis and treatment.... [-]


MSc Biology and Control of Parasites and Disease Vectors

Liverpool School Of Tropical Medicine
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 United Kingdom Liverpool

This programme provides advanced contemporary training in parasitology and the study of disease vectors. The broad scope of the programme ranges from the biology, immunology, ecology and population biology of the organisms to public health and disease epidemiology. In addition to providing a solid foundation in parasite and vector biology, the programme provides practical experience of essential techniques, as well as significant theoretical and practical knowledge in all important and topical areas of the field, all taught within an active and exciting scientific environment. [+]

MSc in Medical Microbiology. This programme provides advanced contemporary training in parasitology and the study of disease vectors. The broad scope of the programme ranges from the biology, immunology, ecology and population biology of the organisms to public health and disease epidemiology. In addition to providing a solid foundation in parasite and vector biology, the programme provides practical experience of essential techniques, as well as significant theoretical and practical knowledge in all important and topical areas of the field, all taught within an active and exciting scientific environment. Home fee: £8,100 (for 2015/16) Overseas fee: £18,000 (for 2015/16) Academic requirements: Open to graduates with an Honours degree (2.ii or equivalent) in the biological sciences or a medical/veterinary degree. Medical or Veterinary students who have completed at least three years of study and wish to intercalate are also accepted onto the programme. Overseas candidates with other qualifications may be accepted, particularly if they have the relevant experience through working in an appropriate field for a number of years. Recognition of prior learning: All programmes of study will permit entry with credit attributed to previous certificated study up to a total of one third of the credits required to be awarded a MSc Degree, Postgraduate Diploma, Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Award Work experience: Candidates with HND and substantial relevant experience may also be considered. English language requirements: The programme is taught in English. Students whose first language is not English must provide evidence of an IELTS (International English Language Testing System) score of at least 6.5 with a minimum of 5.5 in all learning components, or a TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) score of at least 88 for the Internet-based Test (iBT), with minimum scores of 21 for Listening and Writing, 22 for Reading and 23 for Speaking. Tests should be within their validity period of 2 years. Specific aims: To produce graduates who are experienced, committed, informed, proactive and effective professionals, capable of taking substantial and leading professional roles To facilitate high quality learning that is informed by critical analysis of current research To enable students to conduct independent research in the laboratory and/or field To develop independent and reflective approaches to study that will enable graduates to continue to learn in the future To equip students with the knowledge and practical skills needed to develop a career in research, training or control of parasitic and vector-borne diseases To provide practical experience of a range of specialised technical and analytical skills relevant to the study of parasites and disease vectors Careers Many alumni of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine (LSTM) hold prominent positions in health ministries, universities, hospitals and international organisations throughout the world. Graduates are competitively placed to begin PhD programmes, seek employment as research assistants, work in developing countries with a wide range of employers, or return to previous employers with enhanced knowledge and skills with which to advance their existing careers. Graduates of the MSc Biology & Control of Parasites and Disease Vectors typically follow careers in research or training in areas related to the control of infectious disease, in particular parasitic and vector-borne tropical diseases. [-]

MSc Molecular Medicine and Cancer Research

Brunel University: College of Health and Life Sciences
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2017 United Kingdom Uxbridge + 1 more

The MSc course in Molecular Medicine and Cancer Research aims to provide specialist theoretical and practical knowledge in molecular and cellular genetics relevant for human diseases in the context of the scientific and clinical problem of human cancer. [+]

About the Course The MSc course in Molecular Medicine and Cancer Research aims to provide specialist theoretical and practical knowledge in molecular and cellular genetics relevant for human diseases in the context of the scientific and clinical problem of human cancer. If focuses on the development of research skills in medical genetics and human diseases, and is designed to enable you to develop the ability to become an independent and creative scientist, able to form useful working hypotheses and to analyse data appropriately. Taught modules will focus on how a greater understanding of these processes has created new avenues and targets for the therapeutic intervention in various forms of cancer. Aims Cancer is a complex and multi-factorial disease. For the development of any novel and specific therapeutic strategy, it is important to understand the complexity of pathogenesis and genetics that can lead to cancer. This course addresses various molecular and cellular aspects relevant for cancer research. Special Features Through an enthusiastic, innovative and research-driven approach, our teaching will reflect the fast changing nature of the biomedical research (with specific emphasis to human genome, molecular medicine and cancer research). Brunel University London is research led and students attending either course will have the opportunity to conduct a 9-month research dissertation as a part of the MSc course. Students will be given a choice of research topics and will be normally associated with one of the research centres within Biosciences. Careers Our graduates will be highly skilled in a variety of research methodologies and will be equipped for a range of career opportunities. These could include health-related professions; pharmaceutical/biotechnology industries, PhD study or research assistantships in cancer and genomic research. Entry Requirements A recent UK first or second class Honours degree in the field of Biosciences. Other qualifications including equivalent internationally recognised qualification or relevant experience from health professionals (eg doctors; nurses; MLSOs) will be assessed on an individual basis and a request for completion of an online biological test in molecular and cell biology may be required. [-]

Master of Science in Immunology of Infectious Diseases

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Campus Full time Part time 1 year October 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

The MSc Immunology of Infectious Diseases aims to provide advanced theoretical knowledge and practical training in the immunology of infectious diseases through a comprehensive range of teaching and research methods. [+]

The MSc Immunology of Infectious Diseases aims to provide advanced theoretical knowledge and practical training in the immunology of infectious diseases through a comprehensive range of teaching and research methods. It equips students with the range of specialised knowledge and skills in applying scientific concepts, evaluating scientific data and carrying out modern immunological techniques.

 

This is facilitated by the unique mix of interests in immunology, molecular biology, virology, bacteriology, parasitology, mycology and clinical medicine at the School. Infectious diseases represent an increasingly important cause of human morbidity and mortality throughout the world. Vaccine development is thus of great importance in terms of global health. In parallel with this growth, there has been a dramatic increase in studies to identify the innate, humoral or cellular immunological mechanisms which confer immunity to pathogenic viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites. As a result, increasing numbers of scientists, clinicians and veterinarians wish to develop their knowledge and skills in these areas. ... [-]


MSc Molecular Biology & Human Genetics

Manipal University Dubai
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

MSc Molecular Biology & Human Genetics is a specialization program aimed at providing excellent opportunity for the students to take off in a promising career in the field of medical research and diagnostics. It was introduced with the vision of empowering students with the knowledge, skills, and latest developments in this frontier science. [+]

QUICK FACTS 5 Schools 30 Programs 40 Nationalities 2000+ Students 4000+ Alumni OVERVIEW MSc Molecular Biology & Human Genetics is a specialization program aimed at providing excellent opportunity for the students to take off in a promising career in the field of medical research and diagnostics. It was introduced with the vision of empowering students with the knowledge, skills, and latest developments in this frontier science. The program is tailor-made by experts to suit the current needs of the industry and academia. Upon successful completion of the program, the students shall: Get an overall exposure to various aspects of current medical research and its applications. Understand the applications of tools of biotechnology and Bioinformatics for the improvement of human life and environment. Develop various skill sets required to be a successful professional in the area of specialization THE PROGRAM OFFERS THESE BENEFITS: Modern classrooms with Wi-Fi internet connectivity, projection systems Approximately 1,200 square meters of laboratory space which is well-equipped with state-of-the-art scientific instruments Advanced laboratory facilities for Molecular Biology, Cytogenetic-Microscopy and Imaging, Cell and Tissue Engineering. The state-of-the-art laboratory facilities are equipped with Biotechnology based lab equipments such an autoclave, bio-safety hood, CO2 incubator, compound microscope, conductivity meter, (minus 40 and minus 80), PCR machine, gel documentation system, gel electrophoresis, high speed refrigerated centrifuge, ice maker, inverted microscope, laminar hood, light microscope, microbial incubator, micro-centrifuge, UV spectrophotometer, UV-Transilluminator, water bath and shaker and water distillation unit. Students are taught using conventional as well as modern methods, including whiteboard, videos, discussions and assignments/lab and project work. Frequent field visits to industries and conferences are part of the learning process Students present their research work at regional seminars and are encouraged to attend workshops and training in higher level skills Group assignments to inculcate skills to work in a team Air-conditioned academic and hostel buildings Scholarships to meritorious students Ambience and environment to facilitate creativity and innovation. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Students have excellent career opportunities in following sectors: Teaching in school and university Medical hospital and clinics Genetic & Pharmacogenomics research Research & development laboratory Drug discovery Genetic counselling Molecular and genetics data analysis ELIGIBILITY Candidates must have passed Bachelors degree in any Life Science subject from a recognized university with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate. FEES Application Fee: 100 AED Registration Fee: 1500 AED Tuition Fee per year: 36,750 AED [-]

MSc in Molecular Medicine

International Medical University
Campus Full time 1.5 years March 2017 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur

Molecular medicine has been recognised as a major focused area of contemporary medical research, and had facilitated recent breakthrough in disease diagnosis, management and treatments. [+]

MSc in Medical Microbiology. Molecular medicine has been recognised as a major focused area of contemporary medical research, and had facilitated recent breakthrough in disease diagnosis, management and treatments. For instance, it is now possible to elucidate multiple metabolites and toxin derived from drug based on interomics approach, design highly specific and individualised treatments through genomics screening, bioinformatics and chemoinformatics assessment and enhance bioavailbility of new drugs by making use of nano-delivery. The MSc in Molecular Medicine is designed for science and medical graduates seeking advanced training in molecular and disease-oriented research. This programme aims to deliver an exceptional curriculum to equip students with skills that meet the highest demands and expectations of scientific rigour. The curriculum is innovative and draws on the expertise of our world-renowned faculty who are also passionate researchers. Core modules present the latest scientific developments in molecular medicine that are delivered through innovative andragogy. Students will appreciate the role of simple and complex molecules in human diseases and the ways in which systems biology, computational biology and chemical genetics have transformed research strategies and methodology in stem cell technology and therapeutics, drug design and development as well as medical and clinical research. Upon completion, career paths are available as research scientists in academia, research institutes or industries worldwide. Graduates may also continue their education as PhD students at IMU or elsewhere. [-]

MSc in Molecular Biology, Microbiology

Lund University
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Sweden Lund

This MSc programme offers a highly competitive education in modern microbiology. Molecular biology and genomics have transformed this topic and underlined the fundamental [+]

Programme overview

This programme offers a highly competitive education in modern microbiology. Molecular biology and genomics have transformed this topic and underlined the fundamental importance of microorganisms in most aspects of biology, from ecology to medicine. The programme spans from the use of microbial model organisms to understand function and evolution of cellular processes to the enormous importance of microbes in biotechnology, the food and pharmaceutical industries, hygiene, environmental biotechnology, etc. Much of this potential is still unexplored and the programme provides tools and knowledge for a career in this exciting area.

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Master of Science in Medical Parasitology

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Campus Full time Part time 1 year October 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

The MSc Medical Parasitology aims to provide core training in the theoretical and practical aspects of medical parasitology, covering the protozoan and metazoan parasites of humans... [+]

The MSc Medical Parasitology aims to provide core training in the theoretical and practical aspects of medical parasitology, covering the protozoan and metazoan parasites of humans and the vectors which transmit them, and equip students with specialised skills to enable them to pursue a career in research, control or teaching related to medical parasitology. Specialised study modules are chosen from a list of diverse topics.

 

Graduates enter a range of global health fields ranging from diagnostics through to applied basic research and operational control to higher degree studies and academic/teaching-related positions.

 

The Patrick Buxton Memorial Medal and Prize is awarded to the best student of the year. Founded by relatives of Patrick Alfred Buxton, Professor in Entomology, who died in 1955.... [-]


Master of Science in Medical Microbiology

London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Campus Full time Part time 1 year October 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

The MSc Medical Microbiology program aims to provide a comprehensive theoretical knowledge of medical microbiology including the spread of micro-organisms... [+]

The MSc Medical Microbiology program aims to provide a comprehensive theoretical knowledge of medical microbiology including the spread of micro-organisms, disease causation, diagnosis and/or treatment of pathogens of major significance to public health and advanced practical training in this diverse field. The increasing incidence of microbial infections worldwide is being compounded by the rapid evolution of drug-resistant variants and opportunistic infections by other organisms.

 

Students wishing to be awarded the MSc degree in Medical Microbiology may take any of the courses shown below. In response to a high level of student interest in viral infections, LSHTM has decided to offer the opportunity for students who focus on viruses in their course choices to be awarded an MSc degree in Medical Microbiology (Virology). This choice will depend on the study unit selection of the individual student in Terms 2 and 3.... [-]


MSc Health Research (Part time)

University of East Anglia Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
Campus Part time 3 years August 2017 United Kingdom Norwich

An MSc in Health Research at UEA is the ideal way for you as a new doctor to develop a research-related element in your career. It will give you the skills, awareness and discipline you need to carry out effective research to the highest level in a patient-centred, ethically sound way. [+]

MSc in Medical Microbiology. An MSc in Health Research at UEA is the ideal way for you as a new doctor to develop a research-related element in your career. It will give you the skills, awareness and discipline you need to carry out effective research to the highest level in a patient-centred, ethically sound way. The course will give you a broader, more considered approach to specialist areas of medical research, and develop both your practical and scientific skills. It will give you a deeper understanding of underlying theories and the importance of critical review in evidence-based medicine. It will also improve your confidence and help you communicate better as a medical professional. Health Research is diverse and interest driven and we encourage you to be self-motivated and independent in defining your areas of study. Your academic clinical fellowship at UEA is designed to provide you with the support you need to carry out any kind of research you choose – whether it’s to create and implement new drugs and vaccines, or deliver the best possible health care. Our aim is to help you to carry through your research to its conclusion. In doing so, you will gain an appreciation of the huge breadth of medicine, the benefits of research and the value that you and other health professionals can bring to the advancement of knowledge. Course Profile Students must successfully complete 140 credits of core modules to include the Dissertation module Introduction to Research may be studied weekly during semester 1 (MED-M51D) or en bloc in semester 2 (MED-M51E). Students will then gain a further 40 credits through successful completion of two modules of their choice. [-]