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(A small increase can be expected for the subsequent year)
September - September
This exciting course was developed in response to increasing demand in this emerging discipline and is run by the medical engineering research team, which is an integral part of the Advanced Materials Engineering Research Group at Bradford.
The Medical Engineering Lecturers and Research Team include:
Some of the core subject areas that students are exposed to are biomaterials, biomechanics, implant design & Technology, human movement analysis and prosthetic design, infection control, biophysics and cell/tissue engineering. The team has close research ties with clinicians at hospitals in Bradford, Leeds, Harrogate and King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as well as local orthopaedic companies such as DePuy (Johnson & Johnson) In Leeds, Smith & Nephew in York and Coventry, and Biomet UK Healthcare Ltd in South Wales, and Blatchford Products Ltd (endolite.co.uk) in Basingstoke (Hants).
Modules: (C) = Core, (O) = Option
Semester 1 (60 Credits - 3 x (C) Modules and 3 x (O) Modules):
Semester 2 (60 Credits - 4 x (C) Modules and 1 x (O) Modules):
Stage 3 (60 Credits):
The University has a long tradition of outstanding research in the field of medical engineering and was the first university in the UK to offer this discipline at undergraduate level.
You will study in a research-intensive environment and gain an advanced understanding of the subject.
You will have the opportunity to use some of the specialist medical engineering research facilities including:
IELTS at 6.0 or the equivalent.
Orthopaedic and prosthetic/orthotic manufacturing industries, medical diagnostic device industries as well as rehabilitation centres working with assistive devices and patient rehabilitation.
Please note that these PDFs are correct as at time of print (2013). For the most up to date course information please use the web pages.