University of Birmingham: Molecular Mechanistic Toxicology

InstitutionUniversity of Birmingham View institution profile
Department School of Biosciences
Study type Taught


This programme provides students with research orientated training. The university provides a lively, highly interactive teaching and research environment; specific areas of active research include:
Mechanisms of cell toxicity;
Development of novel DNA binding chemicals;
Cellular proliferation and differentiation;
Environmental genomics and metabolomics;
Molecular biomarkers of genotoxicity, oxidative stress and cellular responses;
Role of environmental and genetic factors in disease

Master of Research - MRes

University of Birmingham


The University of Birmingham is a truly vibrant, global community of staff, students and researchers. As a founding Russell Group member and consistent top 100 university, Birmingham is recognised internationally for excellence in teaching and research and provides the best possible teaching, research facilities and support services to ensure postgraduates reach the peak of their potential.

With over 600 taught programmes and a wealth of research opportunities to choose from, Birmingham has one of the most extensive postgraduate course portfolios in the UK enabling you to work and study alongside world-leading academics in a diverse, multicultural community ...

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