Cellular and Molecular Medicine courses
96% of final year students on our BSc Medical Microbiology course in 2017 were satisfied with the quality of the course. Source
Studying at the School of Cellular and Molecular Medicine
Students who choose to study with us will gain a broad training in biomedical science and will learn about the cellular and molecular basis of human diseases caused by micro-organisms. These areas of study include influenza, meningitis and AIDS, as well as cancer and autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, diabetes and arthritis. The courses we offer reflect our standing as an internationally recognised centre of excellent in the research areas of cancer biology, immunology, bacteriology, virology, regenerative medicine and stem cell biology. Our science courses are designed to give students a variety of choices, allowing them to specialise as their interests develop.
Teaching in Cellular and Molecular Medicine is undertaken by active researchers as well as medical doctors, and this provides an ideal environment in which to study.
As part of your final-year research project you will become an active member of one of our research groups. You will learn problem-solving and data handling skills either in a laboratory or via literature/computer-based research.
Year in industry
You can also study any of our courses with an additional year in industry.
All UK and international medical, dental and vet students can intercalate onto our courses. Find out more about intercalated degrees at Bristol.
Get in touch
For any queries about applying for our courses, contact the Undergraduate Admissions Office:
Phone: +44 (0)117 394 1641
Fax: +44 (0)117 925 1424