University of Leeds awarded scholarships for underrepresented students in Precision Medicine: Genomic Data Science
The University of Leeds has been awarded a prestigious scholarship programme by the Office for Students (OfS).
The scholarships, specifically designed for underrepresented groups, aim to support students pursuing a Masters degree in data analytics, including the Precision Medicine: Genomic Data Science MSc offered by the Faculty of Biological Sciences.
The scholarships, valued at £10,000, can be put towards course costs or living costs incurred while studying, to enable deserving students to fully focus on their studies. In addition, GSK will support one of the scholarships, providing the full tuition fee payment. To be considered for the GSK-supported scholarship, prospective students should apply to the OfS scheme as described on the scholarship page.
Precision medicine, at the intersection of genomics and data science, holds tremendous promise in revolutionising healthcare. By harnessing the power of big data and advanced analytics, precision medicine allows for personalised treatment strategies, tailoring medical interventions to an individual's unique genetic makeup. The Precision Medicine: Genomic Data Science programme at the University of Leeds is at the forefront of this cutting-edge field, equipping students with the skills and knowledge necessary to tackle complex challenges in healthcare and biomedical research.
To apply for these scholarships, interested students can visit the scholarship page on the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics (LIDA) website.
Don't miss out on this exceptional opportunity to pursue a Masters degree in Precision Medicine: Genomic Data Science at the University of Leeds. Join us in shaping the future of healthcare through personalised medicine.