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Opportunities in Ophthalmic Genetics
MSc Genomic Medicine – Southampton
Genomic technologies are transforming healthcare and our flexible programme will ensure you are at the forefront of this rapidly evolving field.
Our leading experts will provide you with a comprehensive perspective on genomics applied to clinical practice and medical research, with a particular emphasis on genomic testing in the UK NHS.
Introducing your course
Richard Newitt Postgraduate Taught Bursaries worth £4000 are now available- view our Fees and Funding page for details.
Southampton’s full-time or part-time MSc Genomic Medicine programme explores the genomics and informatics of rare and common diseases, cancer and infectious diseases, and the application of these for diagnostics, prognostics and stratified medicine.
Our programme is suitable for science graduates seeking to apply genomics to their future careers, and for health professionals from medicine, nursing, public health and clinical sciences.
Our flexible postgraduate course offers you the option of tailoring your learning to suit your needs and career aspirations. You can choose from studying single modules, a PG Certificate, a PG Diploma or the full MSc, and we have full-time and part-time study options.
It will equip you with the skills to improve diagnosis and personalised treatment, as well as how to disseminate this knowledge to your peers, patients and the public.
After completing my MSc in Genomic Medicine at Southampton I have increased my breadth and depth of knowledge and it helped me to realise how other disciplines are also using genomics to improve patient care.Stacey Daniels, MSc Genomic Medicine, 2017
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