Stratified medicine, also known as personalised medicine, is at the cutting edge of a new era in healthcare : “The right treatment, for the right person, at the right time”.
Stratified Medicine aims to identify how our genes or patterns in levels and state of molecules within our bodies, or subtle differences in medical images, could be used to create robust clinical decision making tests for a range of degenerative diseases.
The undergraduate stratified medicine programme (BSc Hons) established in 2014 is the only stratified medicine course in the UK. It is based on the Magee campus with some teaching at Altnagelvin Hospital.
100% student satisfaction in the National Student Survey 2019
Graduates have a wide skill set covering computational biology, statistics and genomic medicine. 100% of our graduates are in jobs or further education within 6 months of graduation.
Distance learning MSc, PgCert and PgDip
Close links with external stake holders (industry, professionals, regulatory bodies and clinicians)
Cost of living in Derry - Londonderry is amongst the most affordable in the UK (Lloyds Bank, 2017)
100% assessment satisfaction in the National Student Survey
With only 25-35 students per year, it provides a unique learning opportunity, allowing students ample opportunities to interact with staff and other students on the course. Students are provided with innovative and technology led learning opportunities through lectures, laboratory based practical’s and research projects.
The lecturers which teach on the course have a high level of research experience in their respective fields; including mental health, eye disease, cancer (specifically multiple myeloma and prostate cancer), inflammatory disease, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and musculoskeletal health.
Stratified Medicine at Ulster
Campus life - Magee
On campus courses
The right treatment, for the right person, at the right time.