Postgraduate Taught

postgraduate students

Teaching is delivered on two postgraduate taught programmes: Functional and Clinical Anatomy MSc and Immunology and Immunotherapy MSc.

Staff in the School also undertake clinical teaching in Immunology, Infection, Virology, Hepatology, Nephrology, Rheumatology, Ophthalmology, Cell and Molecular biology.

Clinical academics within the School have close links with local hospital Trusts and with other health agencies including the University of Birmingham Hospital Foundation Trust, the Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospital Trusts, the Heart of England Foundation Trust, the Health Protection Agency and the National Blood Transfusion Service.

Functional and Clinical Anatomy MSc ...

This part-time postgraduate programme offers the opportunity to study functional, comparative and clinical anatomy to a higher level of critical understanding. The programme is designed for ambitious clinicians who will have studied anatomy at undergraduate level to extend their knowledge and understanding of the subject in a functional context in an academically stimulating environment whilst maintaining their clinical careers rather than having to interrupt their career path.

Find out more:  Functional and Clinical Anatomy MSc

Immunology and Immunotherapy MSc ...

This is a full-time 1 year MSc programme suitable for biomedical or life scientists who wish to acquire an extensive knowledge and key skills relating to the fundamental molecular and cellular regulation of immunity and its application to the treatment of disease. The programme will be delivered by world leaders at the forefront of immunology and immunotherapy research, each with an internationally renowned research group. 

Find out more:  Immunology and Immunotherapy MSc