Short course


This course provides a comprehensive overview of Haemato-oncology, led by specialists in their field. It focusses on the latest research and developments in the discipline, thereby providing you the opportunity to engage with cutting-edge research and be at the forefront of advancements in Haemato-oncology.

Start date
29 January - 1 February 2024
5 days
Home - £676 International - £1591
Postgraduate Microcredential
10 credits

Neoplastic conditions of the haemapoietic and lymphoid systems are closely related and account for over 4000 deaths in the UK each year. Treatment of patients with haemopoietic malignancies involves a range of strategies such as transplantation, tyrosine kinase inhibitors and differentiation agents. This course is delivered by both clinical and non-clinical staff and there is a strong emphasis on current research and recent developments within the discipline.

Attendance required

5 day block of teaching.


Oral presentation plus 1000 word written assignment.

Academics involved in the delivery of this module

For futher information, please contact

Programme Administrator
Tel: +44 (0)121 414 3803

This module is available without the assessment/credits if preferred.

Entry requirements if taken as a stand alone course

6 months oncology experience and holding a degree, preferably a 2.1 or equivalent qualifications in an appropriate medical/scientific subject.