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Funded MSc in Bioinformatics

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Recruiter
Cranfield University
Posted
08 March 2012
Location
Bedfordshire
Discipline
Biology
Level
Masters Courses

Further information

Funded MSc in Bioinformatics

There is a demand for people trained in bioinformatics, the convergence of biology and computing.
Bioinformatics is required in a number of biological fields where huge amounts of data is being
generated.

Cranfield Health's Applied Bioinformatics MSc is an excellent platform for people looking for a career in
the exciting field of bioinformatics. It is the only bioinformatics course currently holding a masters training
grant (MTG) award from the BBSRC; an indication of the relevance and quality of the course.

The course is informed by research conducted by our leading academics and researchers, and is highly
regarded by employers for its real-world relevance and applied content.

Fully funded scholarships are available to outstanding UK applicants in 2012.
Additional school bursaries may be available for European and overseas applicants.

www.cranfield.ac.uk/health/newmar

Additional Master’s programmes include:
Analytical Biotechnology
Clinical Research
Food Chain Systems
Health and the Environment
Health Operations
Medical Diagnostics
Molecular Medicine
Nanomedicine
Translational Medicine
Toxicology & Epidemiology

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