Seminar 26 Sept: Modelling rate of decline (slope) of a biomarker as a quantitative genetic trait using mixed effects models: application to loss of renal function (GFR) in type 1 diabetes
MSc Courses run by UCL Genetics Institute
The course provides students with in-depth knowledge of the genetics of human disease and how this can be applied to improve healthcare through the development of diagnostic tests and therapeutic agents. They will also get a strong grounding in cutting edge research methods and techniques used by scientists.
The MSc in Pharmacogenetics and Stratified Medicine designed to brings together the academic and clinical strengths of pharmacology, biochemistry and genetics at UCL. It provides an in-depth knowledge of pharmacology of drugs and the consequences of drug treatment. Students will learn about the aproaches taken to study population groups and how this knowledge can be applied to improve human health.
The new MSc in Computational and Genomic
Medicine is a unique programme in the UK. It aims to provide students
with general knowledge of Bioinformatics as well as to equip them with the
specialised knowledge and skills required to use post-genomic data for
predicting and defining the genetic basis of various human diseases. These
allow students to be able to analyse human genomic data to develop innovative
diagnostic tools and therapeutic approaches. It will provide an integrated view
of computational and genomic science research and in-depth knowledge and
skills of different research techniques in these fields.
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