Biomedical Sciences hub
What to expect from your Biomedical Sciences course
You’ll gain a solid scientific grounding, and discover your own interests and specialisms through elective modules.
What to expect from your Medical Genetics course
You’ll build a strong scientific understanding of the genetic and molecular basis of human health, development and disease.
What to expect from your Pharmacology and Innovative Therapeutics course
You’ll come to understand the drug development cycle from initial idea to the patient’s bedside.
What to expect from your Neuroscience course
Neuroscience at Queen Mary will give you a solid grounding in the subject while giving you the freedom to pursue areas that interest you.
Neuroscience-Expertise, opportunities and experiences from two renowned Schools
Our programme is co-taught between the School of Biological and Behavioural Sciences and Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Medical Genetics - Communicating science
Scientists have a responsibility to shout about their research to wider society. You’ll learn how to conduct research and communicate it effectively.
Pharmacology and Innovative Therapeutics - A well-rounded approach
You’ll study the practical aspects of managing a pharmaceutical business – including research and development costs, pricing, marketing and licensing.
Connect with our current and former students
Chat online with former students
Connect online with students that have already graduated and find out about life during and after Queen Mary
"Being at Queen Mary has been an incredible honour and an amazing experience"
Italian student Carola Bigogno tells us about her experience of studying Biomedical Sciences at Queen Mary and living in London.
Meet the Pharmacology graduate: Daisy Umelo
Daisy reflects on her time at the School and her future studying Medicine at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Meet the Medical Genetics graduate: Mariam Hafidh Abbas
Mariam was a course representative for her Medical Genetics degree.
“I moved straight into a cancer research internship"
Recent graduate Lillian reflects on her time studying Biomedical Sciences at Queen Mary and how it prepared her for a career in cancer biology.
A graduate's view on Neuroscience at Queen Mary
Recent graduate Alvis Kalarikkan talks about what drew him to his subject, what his plans are what his internship was like.
It’s more than a gown
Hear what our students and tutors have to say about their time at Queen Mary and what made the experience so memorable.
Our Academics profiles and research
Developing treatments for cancer
A recent breakthrough by Queen Mary genetics researchers could help scientists develop treatments for cancer.
Our staff’s research underpins our Biomedical Sciences curriculum, and helps to change the lives of people across the world.
Support throughout your studies and beyond
Biomedical Sciences optional reading
Optional summer reading and listening for if you want to get a better view of all things to do with Biomedical Sciences
Become a Student Ambassador
Once you’ve settled in, we’d love you to become one of our Ambassadors and promote Queen Mary at open days and fairs. Find out what’s involved.
Get to know the BioMedics' Society
Run by students and open to everyone – the Queen Mary BioMedics' Society is waiting for you.
From labs to libraries
All Biomedical Sciences programmes can access world-class facilities, provided by both Barts and the School and Biological and Behavioural Sciences.
A pathway into medicine
Our highest-achieving students are guaranteed an interview for the MBBS Medicine programme at Barts.
Where could your degree take you?
From pharmaceuticals to science reporting, you’ll have knowledge and skills sought after by a huge range of employers.