The Cardiovascular Division is one of the largest Research Divisions within the Health Schools of King's College London with over 70 postgraduate students focused on the mechanisms and treatment of cardiovascular disease.
The Division hosts a BHF 4-year Cardiovascular PhD training programme as well as a BBSRC Integrative Biomedicine 4-year PhD programme.
3-year interdisciplinary studentships in cardiovascular research are also funded by our BHF Centre of Research Excellence.
We also place significant emphasis on the training of clinician scientists, with excellent integration of research and clinical training.
Find out more about our PhD opportunities.
MSc in Cardiovascular Research
The Division offers an MSc in Cardiovascular Research, which builds on the strength of King's BHF Centre of Research Excellence, which has the remit of training in cardiovascular research as part of its mission.
The programme provides graduates with advanced theoretical and practical training in the cardiovascular system in health and disease that will enable them to progress to further research, such as undertaking a PhD.
The programme consists of lectures, seminars and a large practical component. The latter provides experience in experimental studies using a wide variety of techniques as well as a significant research project.
Find out more about the MSc in Cardiovascular Research.
The Division also runs the MRCS Revision Course which is specifically designed to enhance your skills in preparation for the MRCS (osce) examination. It includes modules for anatomy, pathology, critical care and clinical skills with real clinical cases.
Find out more about the St Thomas' MRCS Part B Revision Courses.
For all other courses, including BSc (undergraduate) courses, please visit the online prospectus to be directed to the appropriate programme.
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