The understanding of how the human body functions normally and
when diseased is central to the understanding of human health. The
courses offered by the department of Biomedical Science and
Physiology will provide you with the essential knowledge and skills
to support a career choice within this field.
The University of Wolverhampton has formed a partnership with
the University of Health Sciences Antigua in order to offer
combined programmes that lead to an internationally accredited
Medical Doctorate upon successful completion. Read more
Scientists at the University of Wolverhampton have discovered a
way to improve the body’s health-boosting bacteria.
Led by Dr Izabella Radecka... Read more
Leading the way in identifying the genetic causes of brain
tumours and the treatments to deal with them, our pioneering
research at the Brain Tumour UK
Neuro-oncology Centre is helping the 8,500 people in the
UK who will develop a brain tumour this year.
Pioneering research into cancer, diabetes, immunity,
disinfection and the psychology behind coping with illness are just
some of the areas under investigation by the Research Institute in
Healthcare Science (RIHS) - a collaboration between three of
the University's academic schools.
Our Biomedical Science and Physiology degree courses
have been developed in close consultation with industry
practitioners so that you have the up to date technical knowledge
and design flair to work in today’s ever changing industry.
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Our postgraduate courses have been designed to reflect current
and emerging practices in industry and to expand your technological
awareness such that you can play a pivotal role in your chosen
profession. View all of our
The Faculty of Science and Enginering offers
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in the form of UK and
International short courses focused on best professional practice.
These courses have been carefully designed to meet the requirements
of learning professionals, business managers, policy
School of Biomedical Science
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