MSc Stem Cells and Regeneration

Advancing careers at the forefront of regenerative medicine

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Stem cells can help us understand and potentially cure many devastating conditions and diseases. This online distance-learning programme is designed for scientists and prospective researchers as well as qualified doctors, dentists and veterinarians to advance their careers in this exciting field.

This distance-learning programme is taught through lectures, online discussions and assessments delivered over the internet by internationally recognised experts at the University of Bristol.

The programme covers stem cell biology and regeneration from its origins to its current and potential applications in treating human diseases, such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and cardiovascular diseases.

Our leading researchers will also introduce you to the latest technologies for research in this area.

Advancing your career

Some of our students go onto postgraduate research before taking up a research or academic career in this fascinating and constantly evolving field.

Others go on to work in the pharmaceutical industry or in roles such as stem cell business development, stem cell patents or charity research development

I would recommend the programme to other medical practitioners as it provides an opportunity to learn about an exciting new area of medicine that few clinicians specialise in.

Jason, MSc Stem Cells and Regeneration

Did you know?

  • You can opt to study part time to fit around your existing work and family commitments.
  • Students can access lectures over and over again from the programme's website.
  • The course is structured around seven taught units and a research project.
  • Students visit Bristol for the completion of their formal examinations at the end of the academic year.

Fees and funding

Apply online

Application deadline

26 August 2015

Programme structure

What our students say

I would definitely recommend doing the MSc. The course gave me a thorough understanding of regenerative medicine and the latest developments in a rapidly moving field. It certainly helped me identify the area of research I wanted to pursue in the future.

Stephanie Wallis, MSc Stem Cells and Regeneration

I decided to do a Master's on a part-time, distance-learning basis as I wanted to keep working.

Sheila Pinion, MSc Stem Cells and Regeneration

Contacts

Dr Kate Whittington, Course Director
Email: stemcells-msc@bris.ac.uk
Phone: +44 (0) 117 331 3181

Ms Amanda Parker, Course Administrator
Phone: +44 (0) 117 331 3017