Taught Courses

Prepare for the future of healthcare. Enhance your knowledge and skills in the rapidly evolving field of Genomic Medicine.

In addition to our full Master’s in Genomic Medicine, we also offer a Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma and individual Professional Development modules with funding available for NHS healthcare professionals working in England.

What our Students are Saying

"This course enables the students to meaningfully engage with current scientific research and the latest available technologies. The modules’ content find a way to be relevant to the diversity of NHS workforce undertaking the course. As a biomedical technician, this program provides me with the clinical, theoretical and practical knowledge for future work in a genetics laboratory.

Marisa, Higher Level Biomedical Support Worker – Microbiology

"So far, I have completed four modules on Bioinformatics, Human Genetics, Pharmacogenomics and Genetic Counselling. I can honestly say that I have thoroughly enjoyed each of these and they have opened my eyes to the potential transformation of healthcare in the NHS through genomic medicine.

Bradley, Genetic Technologist

"Currently, one of my many roles ties in to the collection of tissue for the 100K Genome Project. Whilst not directly part of pathology, a surgical team or the clinical services at UHCW, Arden Tissue Bank forms part of the interface between these areas and the 100K Genome project. As such, completing the MSc will benefit my current job role in that it will allow me to become more familiar with all areas of the project and the technical/planning aspects of the work.

Dr White, Senior Biomedical Assistant

"The Bioinformatics module was of particular interest to me as I work in a genetics lab and we will be incorporating next generation sequencing technologies into our diagnostic repertoire. I really feel that the course prepared me to interpret the data with confidence.

Dr Wheeler, Clinical Scientist

"This MSc is helping me a lot in my work and allowing me to contribute to improving the service in my institution which my managers have been very supportive of.

Ruff, Masters Student