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The MSc in Bioengineering provides engineers and scientists with the education, research and creative skills needed to practice in the medical devices industry and focus on important clinical needs. The 12-month MSc in Bioengineering programme provides an introduction to bioengineering for engineering graduates. Students can also opt for the MSc in Bioengineering with Specialisation in Tissue Engineering or MSc in Bioengineering with Specialisation in Neural Engineering. All three streams lead to the award of the MSc in Bioengineering and consist of compulsory core modules, optional modules and an extensive research project.
This friendly one-week Erasmus course (Dundee, Scotland, UK) provides delegates with a sound understanding of the basic physics of MRI. The format consists of lectures and supervised tutorial sessions, covering everything from basic NMR, T1 and T2, through to advanced neuro, body and cardiovascular applications. No previous knowledge of MR physics is assumed. A course limit of 25 delegates is set in order to encourage focussed learning and tutorial sessions, together with opportunities for networking (including welcome reception and course dinner). Delegates typically attend from Clinical Radiology and Medical Physics backgrounds, and also from academic research environments.
The School of Engineering at the University of Warwick is offering a research-based, flexible, innovative Master programmer in Biomedical Engineering