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Introducing your degree
Our part-time Doctor of Medicine degree programmes are aimed at students with a clinical background, who hold a medical qualification that is recognised by the UK General Medical...Read more
We strive to understand the central nervous system at multiple levels of function, from cells to cognition to social interactions. Our approaches range from molecular, cellular and experimental systems...Read more
This programme is aimed at qualified doctors with clinical experience, providing a tailored training component accompanying student doctoral research.
Strong links between clinicians and the...Read more
As a postgraduate student in College of Medicine and Health you will be part of a thriving community, benefiting from quality research-led teaching and supervision, as well as access...Read more
The MD Degree is a postgraduate research degree awarded for original research carried out in a clinical or health-care related context. To be eligible for the MD Degree, candidates must be a graduate...Read more
Peninsula Medical School (PMS) is one of three schools within the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry at the University of Plymouth. By studying for an MD, MPhil, ResM, or PhD degree at PMS, you will be...Read more
Why choose this course
Our School of Biosciences and Medicine is home to a first-rate research community and has well-established connections with industry and clinical practice.
Research within the...Read more
Why choose this course?
This is a research degree designed for practising medical professionals who wish to undertake research in their chosen speciality and enhance their career in the profession. ...Read more
Students should have been engaged for at least two years in an appropriate clinical or research setting in one or more hospitals or institutions approved by the appropriate Board of Studies and have completed...Read more
Make a significant contribution to your clinical specialty with the published research you’ll produce on a programme designed specifically for medical graduates in clinical practice. ...Read more
If you want to further your research in Pharmacy, Pharmacology and Biomedical Sciences, Portsmouth is the ideal place to continue your journey. Among the University Alliance group of 25 universities,...Read more
Based in the School of Medicine, successful completion of this two year, full-time or four year, part-time postgraduate research degree will enable you to complete a doctoral level research degree. ...Read more
Our aim is to be the world-leading centre for public research and education, working to improve health and wellbeing through understanding how disease occurs across populations and evaluating the effectiveness...Read more
Our School of Health and Social Care delivers research at the highest ethical standard to improve knowledge for services and the health of the community. 93% of our research in the area of public health,...Read more
Immunology research includes cytokine and chemokine biology, immune cell signalling, advanced imaging technologies, and cellular & gut immunology. Our translational efforts are focused on rheumatoid arthritis,...Read more
Research on nutrition at Glasgow covers a wide range of areas including gut, food and metabolism as well as diet and chronic disease at MSc, MD and PhD level.
The gut, food and metabolism research...Read more
Individual research projects tailored around the expertise of principal investigators.
Our research cuts across the following subjects:
Brain Injury Neuroinformatics
Diabetes, Renal, Endocrine & Metabolic Medicine MD
Our aim is to better understand the mechanisms of cardiovascular and metabolic diseases affecting people with the conditions covered by our clinical specialities (i.e. diabetes, renal disease, endocrine...Read more
Virology research is carried out in the MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research. Our expertise ranges from molecular virology to in vivo pathogenesis, virus–cell interaction, viral immunology,...Read more
Cardiovascular disease is projected to remain the single leading cause of death over the next two decades, accountable for considerable disability and reduction in the quality of life, therefore research...Read more