You’ll ultimately be prepared for a future investigating the diseases which attack the human body, and be ready to play a part in advancing modern medicine with our biomedical course. **Why Choose University of Cumbria** You'll learn how science can be applied to clinical practice and research - ultimately, so you can make a difference to people’s lives through the diagnosis and treatment of disease in the future. You won’t just secure your academic knowledge through lectures - you’ll be putting on your lab coat to learn with hands-on sessions in our new laboratories. - Gain a sound knowledge of immunology, cell and molecular biology to biochemistry and pharmacology - Study laboratory-specialist subjects - clinical biochemistry, cellular pathology, haematology and clinical genetics - Hone research and laboratory skills, crucial for your future as a scientist - Learn in our new laboratories - Work in small learning groups, so tutors are always on hand to help with your studies and research - Develop all the skills and techniques required for diagnosis and research into disease - Kept up-to-date with topical developments in the biomedical industry You’ll be based in Carlisle, within 20 minutes of Scotland in one direction and the stunning Lake District National Park – now a UNESCO World Heritage site - in the other. And, you'll be close to the spectacular North West coastline, so you’ll never be stuck for something to do outside of your studies. The knowledge and experiential skills you achieve on this course will pave the way for a career in medical research, hospital and government laboratories, pharmaceutical and biotechnological research and development. So, our course really will enable you to gain the academic knowledge and sound lab skills you need for a future in Biomedical Science.