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Months of entry
We aim to promote better health, particularly in less-developed tropical and sub-tropical countries via high-quality education, first-class research, and appropriate consultancy services. Extensively involved in national and international programmes to control tropical disease and develop effective health-care systems. Links with health ministries, universities and research institutions worldwide.
DNA Probes for Identification of Parasite/ Insect Vectors; Transgenic Mosquitoes, Polymerase Chain Reaction and Leishmaniasis; Snake Bite Epidemiology in Brazil, Papua New Guinea and Nigeria.
Information for international students
Studies are performed in a number of countries including Malawi, Uganda (where the school has research facilities), Nigeria, India, Guatemala and Brazil. Excellent written & spoken English; minimum recent 6.5 IELTS score required.
Fees and funding
WHO, MRC (UK), DFID, Wellcome Trust, EU, Gates Foundation, charitable trusts.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Mrs Val Robbins
- 0151 705 3266
- 0151 705 3370