Aims/Description: This course targets the skill sets needed for a career in Bio-Imaging and science in general. Such an approach requires a synergy of skills and expertise from across the scientific disciplines. This encompasses research from fundamental biological, chemical and physical studies, through to translation into biotechnological and medical applications. The course will have various facets including; team building though industrial design exercises, Seminars from external speakers, specific one off training events by industrial and external partners and networking events. This course adds value to imagining masters by allowing students to develop problem solving skills and networking skills. This module will allow the course to be tailored to the students needs, it will allow the students to take advantage of any any one off novel training the external partners can offer.

Staff Contact: CADBY ASHLEY J
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Problem solving, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work, Project/ portfolio

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