Medicine of the future

Student profile

Shreya Barlingay is currently studying for an MSc in Computational Medicine. We caught up with her to find out about her experiences on the course so far.

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Course Director

Dr Cecile Perrault's research focuses on cellular mechanics and microfluidics with a particular interest in the use of mechanical properties of cells and tissues for diagnostic purposes.

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Virtual Reality

Study with us for the oppportunity to experience some of the most innovative teaching and learning labs and facilities available.

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MSc Computational Medicine

MSc Computational Medicine

This revolutionary programme is at the frontier of medical innovation. Study with us and you'll form a new generation of scientist, using computerised techniques to improve disease diagnosis and treatment in the healthcare sector.

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Be a part of it

Be a part of this cutting edge programme of study. We welcome applications from undergraduates in the areas of engineering, maths, physics, chemistry, computer science or a related discipline.

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MSc Computational Medicine
MSc Computational Medicine

Research

You'll be taught by world-leading academic researchers from Insigneo, a collaboration of experts in the study of in silico medicine, and immersed within some of the UK's leading research institutes in the field.

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Virtual Humans: Why Computational Medicine is important
Virtual Humans: Why Computational Medicine is important
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The emerging regulatory framework for in silico medicine
The emerging regulatory framework for in silico medicine
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About the Insigneo Intitute for in silico medicine
About the Insigneo Intitute for in silico medicine
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