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Nishant Gunadala

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The lectures and modules are well taught by experts, who provide a great learning environment with active discussions and interactions with the students.

Manahil Abderahman

The course is organised to perfectly fit with people in employment or who have other commitments, because the lectures are delivered in specific days that are determined from the beginning of the programme.

Ali Alattabi

The MSc Gastroenterology opened my mind to the advances in Medicine and Gastroenterology

Lisa Leedham

The MSc in Gastroenterology course has strong support networks to allow me to work distantly whilst still feeling involved in the course.

Olumuyiwa Ariyo

The MSc in Infection and Immunity at the University of Chester has a unique feature which is a mapped to the academic content of The Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board Speciality Training Curriculum for Immunology, and Speciality Training Curriculum for Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine.

Shamma Elatawana

The completion of my Top-Up degree of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Chester has enhanced my passion in learning about our body in both healthy and disease status

Bubacarr Touray

I can honestly say that one of the best decisions I have ever made was choosing to go to Chester for my studies.

Harish Deepak Ghaisas

The MSc in Stem cells and Regenerative medicine at University of Chester was a perfect fit for me as it helped me to gain theoretical and practical knowledge on the therapeutic use of different types of stem cells.

Shafaque Fatima

Every single faculty member of this remarkable team is committed to ensure the best possible experience for all of their students.

Brecken Calhoon

The different modules have given me the freedom to explore several genetic diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.

Ifeoluwapo Olumekun

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The lecturing team have been wonderful in making themselves approachable and helpful so to the new students coming in, if you need help, do not hesitate to let them know.

Phaedra Winstanley-Zarach

I have found all the modules engaging and relevant to my masters.

Luke Hughes

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I have particularly enjoyed being able to research multiple different aspect of haematological conditions as part of the assessments.

I have particularly enjoyed being able to research multiple different aspect of haematological conditions as part of the assessments.

Meir Kestecher

Life on campus is that of a friendly and relaxed environment, with a 24-hour library for convenience, café’s and eateries, plus common rooms, sports centres and a bar to relax after a long day of lectures and research.

Life on campus is that of a friendly and relaxed environment, with a 24-hour library for convenience, café’s and eateries, plus common rooms, sports centres and a bar to relax after a long day of lectures and research.

Kaveh Modaresi

Prompt response from Lecturers and effective feedback pre and post assignments.

Prompt response from Lecturers and effective feedback pre and post assignments.

Frances Owen

I have found that the course has given me the freedom to choose which topics and infectious agents I could study, which has allowed me to tailor the course to my greatest interests.

Imran Khaleel

The staff are extremely supportive and knowledgeable about all facets of Biomedical Science, from lecturers based in Chester to guest lecturers from around the country.

Frank Adu

The University has a diverse and vibrant international community – students are able to celebrate their individuality and heritage with others.

Lindsay Ruzane

The staff have been more than supportive, whether it’s personal or academic related, there is always someone dedicated to talk to you.

Bilha Simwenyi

Biomedical Science is my passion – I enjoy the subject and it fits perfectly with my career aspirations.

Amy Cooper

We had sessions delivered by guest lecturers - they were really inspiring and provided an opportunity to meet people from different backgrounds and professions.

Yama Amarkhail

In this short space of time I have learned a massive amount about medicine.

Ayan Cawale

I’m really enjoying my course particularly the cased based learning sessions, which are very interesting and have enormously improved my critical thinking. I can’t wait to see the clinical side of the course.

Nadine Campbell

It is amazing the amount of knowledge gained just within a couple of months... a credit to the standard of teaching at this University.

Jasmine Stanley-Ahmed

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For her PhD project, Jasmine is looking in to the inhibition of HSP90 and its effect on client proteins in different stages of colorectal cancers.

Kumari Bachanaboyina

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In her research, Kumari is utilising TALE-TET fusion proteins to induce targeted demethylation in MCF-7 breast cancer cells, and studying the effect this has on breast cancer cell viability.

Connor Parry

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Connor’s research focuses on the attenuation of biofilms by degrading essential proteins which stabilize the architecture of the biofilm itself.

Kevin Okoye

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Kevin is interested in the regulation of heat shock proteins (HSPs) in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL).

Sara Elfitouri

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For her PhD project, Sara is researching a new diagnostic method for bacterial overgrowth in patients with diarrhoea caused by scleroderma.

Hannah Schultze

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Hannah has a keen interest in the use of alternative cancer therapies, in particular, the use of plant extracts.

Emmanuel Ogbodo

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Emmanuel’s PhD research involves studying the interaction between heat shock proteins (HSPs) and the immune system – understanding how heat shock proteins affect the immune response, may be important therapeutically in the fight against infections.

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Chester Medical School