The short courses held by the NHLI gather together international experts in medical research to deliver cutting edge information and practices to those in the medical, paramedical, nursing and management professions. The short courses are held at the Margaret Turner Warwick Education Centre based at Imperial's Royal Brompton Campus.
Cardiovascular and Respiratory short courses
We run accredited short courses in association with all of our masters. The fee for each course is £1,000.
Health Education England have pledged to fund short course places for NHS healthcare professionals, in addition to the fully funded places they are supporting on the full MSc in Genomic Medicine. To apply for HEE funding please see the Genomics Education Programme funding application.
Masters short courses
Further details on Genomic Medicine short courses
|Core Concepts in Human Genetics and Genomics||October / March||Royal Brompton / Hammersmith|
|Omics Technologies and their Application to Genomic Medicine||November||Royal Brompton / South Kensington / Hammersmith|
|Application of Genomics in Infectious Diseases||December||Royal Brompton|
|Ethical, Legal and Social Issues in Applied Genomics||January||Charing Cross|
|Molecular Pathology of Cancer and Application in Cancer Diagnosis, Screening and Treatment (delivered by the Institute of Cancer Research)||February||Royal Brompton|
|Pharmacogenomics and Stratified Medicine||March||Hammersmith|
|Economic Evaluation in Human Genomics (delivered by Brunel University London)||March||Brunel University|
|Laboratory Skills for Genomics||March||Royal Brompton|
|Professional and Research Skills (eLearning module)||March||eLearning module|
|Genome-Based Therapeutics||March||Royal Brompton|
|Genomics of Common and Rare Inherited Diseases||April||Royal Brompton / South Kensington / Hammersmith|
|Bioinformatics, Quality Control, Analysis & Interpretation of Genome Sequencing Data||May||South Kensington|
|Genomics and the Patient||May||Hammersmith|
Please note: some short courses may not run if there is not enough demand.