Hear from one of our tutors about studying Human Biology at Liverpool Hope. The Human Biology programme aims to develop graduates who are equipped with a range of subject-specific and key-transferable skills appropriate to graduate employment and/or postgraduate study. You will be formed as human biologists with specialism in some areas, including molecular and cellular biology, but primed for further development of knowledge, understanding and competency in other areas of bioscience and social science.
Following a degree in Human Biology at Liverpool Hope you will be a competent bench scientist aware of the safety and ethical constraints of contemporary methods applicable to the study of Human Biology.
Why choose this subject? The interdisciplinary Biology team recently received a University Teaching Excellence Award.
You will be taught by academics with a range of research specialisms, including bone and cancer research, exercise physiology, metabolism, protein-DNA interactions and neurobiology.
The Department has strong links with research institutes including the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, the World Museum in Liverpool and Chester Zoo. This provides you with opportunities for work-based learning and research. Subject Guides
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