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Medical Physics and Bioengineering MD(Res)

Medical Physics and Bioengineering MD(Res)

Key information

Qualification type

DM/MD - Doctor of Medicine

Subject areas

Biomedical Engineering Bioengineering Medical Physics

Course type


Course Summary

The research areas: Biomedical optics; Biomedical Ultrasound; Computing, digital image processing; Continence and skin technology; Functional electrical stimulation; Implanted devices; Laser and endoscopic surgery; Magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy; Medical imaging including 3D graphics; Neurophysiology including electrical impedance tomography; Physiological sensing; Radiation physics. Our students have a diverse range of options upon graduation. Many choose to continue in academia through the subsequent award of a PhD studentship or a postdoctoral research post, either at UCL or another university. Others progress to roles in industry, applying their newly-acquired skills to science and engineering projects within multi-national medical device companies, or alternatively, within small-scale start-up enterprises. A substantial number also enter the NHS or private healthcare sector to work as clinical scientists or engineers upon completion of further clinical training.

Different course options

Full time | UCL (University College London) | 2 years | SEP

Study mode

Full time


2 years

Start date


Tuition fees

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Entry requirements

Applicants need a minimum of an upper second-class UK Bachelor’s degree in Physics, Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, or another closely related discipline, or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard. Knowledge and expertise gained in the workplace may also be considered, where appropriate.

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