The University of Leeds launches new MSc Cancer Biology and Therapy course
The School of Medicine has developed a new MSc Cancer Biology and Therapy course to meet demand from students keen to pursue a career in cancer research.
The School of Medicine has developed a new MSc Cancer Biology and Therapy course to meet the raising demand seen from prospective students who are keen to pursue a career in cancer research. Our course offers training to students who wish to become a leading cancer researcher or to those who may wish to pursue a PhD in the field.
During the course, students will gain a real understanding of the application of molecular approaches to the diagnoses, prevention and treatment of cancers and will work alongside our team of leading experts.
Our hope is that by studying with us, students will be able to make a real impact by improving outcomes for patients.
The MSc Cancer Biology and Therapy provides an exciting opportunity to:
- Get a thorough understanding of cancer biology and therapy driven by the most current research.
- Use the latest techniques in molecular biology, immunology, cell biology and chemistry applicable to cancer biology and therapy.
- Conduct a research project within one of our internationally renowned institutes.
- Generate results with scientific impact and have the potential to improve cancer outcomes.
For further details about the course and the modules available please visit the course page.