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Posted: Aug 03, 2011

Master your career in nanomedicine

(Nanowerk News) Cranfield's unique Nanomedicine MSc is the first course of its kind within the UK and Europe to bridge the gap between nanotechnology and medicine.
Nanomedicine MSc is designed to provide students with advanced knowledge, skills and practical experience of the principles, technology and applications within the rapidly growing area of Nanomedicine. Students will discover how nanotechnology impacts upon new medicinal products, drug discovery and delivery, and acquire an understanding of the practice of medicine utilising nanotechnology.
The course covers a wide-range of subject areas including: Nanotechnology and Microsystems, Nanobiosensors, Nanomaterials, Nanopharmaceuticals, Nanotoxicology and risk perception, Bioinformatics and Medical diagnostics and devices.
The course starts in October 2011 and is available on a full and part-time basis.
Funding is available.
Find out more - register for our Open Day 17 August or 3 September 2011
About Cranfield
Cranfield University is the UK's only wholly postgraduate institution specialising in science, engineering, and management. We have built a worldwide reputation for expertise in healthcare, management and manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, defence, engineering, environment and water.
Cranfield Health work with the top global organisations helping them to develop the technology and techniques which have a global effect on people's health and wellbeing. Collaborations with leading organisations inform our MSc courses to ensure they meet the requirements of industry and make our graduates sought after all over the world.
Source: Cranfield University
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