The School of Medicine welcomes more than 1,500 postgraduate taught students per year, who benefit from studying in a dynamic but highly supportive environment alongside staff who are working at the very forefront of knowledge in their disciplines.
Most of our postgraduate taught programmes are highly vocational, focused on enhancing the careers and knowledge base of existing healthcare professionals.
Whilst the majority of our programmes are delivered on a part-time basis, enabling students to work while they study, many are also run on a full-time basis.
Preventing blood poisoning
TodayWork led by Dr Mario Labéta and published in the journal Science Translational Medicine by Dr Anne-Catherine Raby et al demonstrates that peptides derived from the body’s natural immune sensors …
- Preventing blood poisoning
- May 2013
Lucienne Chatenoud (Université Paris Descartes) - British Society for ImmunologyTomorrow, 13.00‑14.00"The use of CD3 antibodies in established autoimmunity: is the glass half empty or half full?"
The Core Bioinformatics Team23rd May, 13.00‑14.00An introduction to the MEDIC Core Bioinformatics Team
Infection and Immunity Research Seminar
Ann Harvey28th May, 12.00‑13.00TBC