2:1 (or international equivalent) in a relevant subject; or hold a 2.2 (or international equivalent) and a masters, both in a relevant subject.
We may also consider evidence of relevant personal, professional and educational experience. Specific projects may also require that the applicant holds a veterinary qualification.
Months of entry
February, April, July, October, December
Reproductive biology research in the vet school encompasses a range of complimentary projects designed to investigate: fertility in dairy cows (Robinson, Lea, Kendall), environmental and nutritional influences on reproductive function across species (e.g., sheep, dogs, humans) (Lea, England, Kendall) and intra-uterine influences on postnatal wellbeing (Gardner, Lea, England, Robinson).
Ongoing mechanistic studies are focused on ovarian biology and function (Robinson, Lea, Kendall), sperm physiology and fertilisation (England Lea), embryo-uterine interactions during early pregnancy (Robinson, Lea, England), effects of environmental chemicals on gonadal development and function (Lea, Kendall, England, Gardner), fetal programming of adult disease and dysfunction (Gardner, Lea, England, Robinson).
Technologies include post-genomic gene expression analysis including epigenetics, localisation of genes and gene products, explant and primary cell culture, cellular and whole animal imaging and whole animal in-vivo physiology.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time36-48 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Enquiries
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