Life Sciences

Within Life Sciences at the University of Suffolk, we invest in high quality science facilities, both for the benefit of the research we develop, as well as for our students. The quality of the campus and its facilities, the access to expert lecturers and equipment, the development of employability skills and the success focused institution are praised by our students. 

Alongside this, we believe in a strong practical element in all of our courses. Whilst scientific theory is important in the classroom, we believe that practical experiences will reinforce your knowledge and develop the skills you will need in the workplace after you graduate.

Our teaching and learning philosophy consists of small, personal class sizes led by an international team of expert lecturers. Our research-led teaching ensures that you are exposed to innovative research in your chosen discipline, to become a professional graduate armed with relevant knowledge and current skills.

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science

2012 Science (9)

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science with Foundation Year

2009 Science (12)

BSc (Hons) Bioscience

2011 Science (15) 0

BSc (Hons) Bioscience with Foundation Year

2011 Science (11) 0

BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Human Health

2011 Science (10)

BSc (Hons) Nutrition and Human Health with Foundation Year

2009 Science (11)
RS2335 Wildlife, Ecology and Conservation (4)

BSc (Hons) Wildlife, Ecology and Conservation Science

UCS Science Labs - Nov 2013 (6)

MSc Regenerative Medicine

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Your Teaching Team

Associate Professor Rob Ellis has been working in Higher Education since 2001. His current role is as Associate Dean for Learning, Teaching and the Student Experience as well as the Director of Life Sciences. Rob’s passion is to see the next generation of scientists entering emplo...

Dr Christopher Turner is the Course Leader for the Wildlife, Ecology and Conservation Science degrees.  His research studies animals at all levels, from their molecular and cell biology to their behaviour and ecology. ...

Professor Nic Bury's research interests are primarily covered by the UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 15 and includes aquatic toxicology, stress physiology and environmental monitoring. He supports the 3Rs (refinement, reduction and replacement) approach in animal research and ...

Career Overview Dr. Rajic teaches a number of undergraduate and postgraduate modules mainly in the areas of cell biology and biochemistry, genetics, stem cell biology and developmental biology. ...

Career Background ...

Career Overview Suha is an MB ChB, MSc, PhD qualified professional in the fields Chemical Pathology and Metabolic Medicine. With a broad based experience in both national and international environments. Previously she worked as a Clinical Research Fellow at the Biomedical Research C...