This degree programme is specifically designed for you to explore a number of themes of your own choosing. You will undertake a 40 credit independent research project available on a number of themes including cancer biology (e.g. tumour hypoxia, tissue microfluidics, epigenetics and biomarkers), cardiology (e.g. platelet dysfunction, atherothrombosis and metabolic disease), microbiology (e.g. wound healing, antiviral drug repurposing, biofilm treatments and molecular virology) and more. You can decide from a selection of specially curated modules addressing themes related to human health and disease.
This degree will help you develop your academic research skills, including critical analysis and data analysis in addition to experimental design and practical laboratory skills.
All teaching will be undertaken within the Department of Biomedical Science, University of Hull.
The Institute of Biomedical Science accredits our Biomedical Science degree, so you can be confident that it’s been approved by expert academics and professionals as meeting industry standards. Further information about the BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science is available on the University of Hull website.
On successfully completing the programme, you will graduate with a BSc (Hons). All our degrees at Hull York Medical School are awarded by both our parent universities – the University of Hull and the University of York.