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BioMed University Programs
Artificial Intelligence for Biomedicine and Healthcare MSc
Learn how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can have a transformative effect on biomedicine and healthcare, through a unique interdisciplinary programme. This MSc enables you to develop complex technical skills and use them to craft forward-thinking biomedical and healthcare solutions powered by AI. Taught at UCL, an international home of AI breakthroughs and medical excellence, graduates of this programme will be equipped with sought-after specialist skills, ideal for a rapidly growing sector.
Artificial Intelligence in the Biosciences MSc
Queen Mary University of London
Applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools in the biosciences are rapidly expanding and bioscientists skilled in the methods and thinking in AI are in short supply. This programme aims to prepare bioscience graduates to become leaders in the application of AI methods in professional bioscience Research and Development workplace environments. It has been specifically designed to make AI and related computational techniques (machine learning, analysis of large data sets) accessible to biology and biomedical graduate students without any prior experience in computational methods.
University of Cambridge
The module aims to provide the theoretical background and underpinning to the practical session. In the laboratory, students apply the principles of planning automation, CAM/CNC, programming logic controllers, robotics, sensors, pneumatics and mechatronics.
The program also includes Advanced Cell and Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering courses, both with labs. Students can further enhance their research and analytical skills by registering for a Guided Study course. Taking two such courses will enable students to complete a body of research work equivalent to a master's thesis (optional). Students can also take a business- or management-related course from Biotechnology and Entrepreneurship M.S.
ChEMoinformaticsPlus: Joint MSc in Chemoinformatics
Chemoinformatics is a rapidly-evolving field at the intersection of chemistry and computer sciences. As such, it concerns the application of informatics methods to solve chemical problems and its specific methods have become an essential part of the development of new compounds, materials, and processes
Drug Discovery MSc 2024 entry
University of Nottingham
Learn how to identify and develop targeted treatments for some of the world’s most challenging diseases. You will learn about key aspects of the drug discovery journey, from target identification, through drug synthesis and biological evaluation, all the way to considering intellectual property and clinical treatment.
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