Department of Biopharmaceutical and Medical Science

A selection of applied courses with a strong focus on practical and project work

Two GMIT Science students

GMIT's Department of Biopharmaceutical and Medical Science offers courses in the following areas:

  • Applied Biology and Biopharmaceutical Science
  • Common Science (Undenominated)*
  • Medical Science

*this is a common first year which offers students the opportunity to decide which degree they wish to pursue at the end of year one (subject to places being available and with the exception of Medical Science).

All courses in this department offer the following:

  • Work placement as part of the programme
  • Programmes which are all APPLIED in nature
  • Large element of practical and project work from year one
  • Small class sizes
  • An extremely successful graduate employment record
  • Modularised programmes

 

Contact Details

Department of Biopharmaceutical and Medical Science
Head of Department
Dr Seamus Lennon

Tel: +353 (0)91 742081
Email: Dr. Seamus Lennon

What's Happening

Dr Debbie Corcoran

Researchers Dr Debbie Corcoran, Dr Sheila Faherty and Sandy Bakankio BSc, Department of Biopharmaceutical and Medical Science, GMIT, in collaboration with members of the HSE’s national Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control team (AMRIC) - surveillance scientist Maria Molloy and Communicat

Dr Lisa Ryan, GMIT

(Interview with Dr Lisa Ryan, Department of Natural Sciences, GMIT)

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