School of Medicine
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Study with us in Injury, Recovery and Inflammation Sciences

Undergraduate teaching

We teach across all years of the undergraduate medical course.  We also have a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Medical Physiology and Therapeutics course.

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Medical Physiology and Therapeutics BSc


Postgraduate teaching and Continuing Professional Development

We have a Masters of Sports and Exercise Medicine programme, alongside a Masters in Applied Sport and Exercise Medicine:

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Sport and Exercise Medicine MSc/PGDip

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Applied Sport and Exercise Medicine MSc


Postgraduate Research

We provide a range of postgraduate research opportunities, supporting PhD/DPhil qualifications in all of our specialist areas.

Many of our staff are also involved in Nottingham’s Clinical Academic Training programme.

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Isabel Ely

My PhD is within the field of human physiology, focusing specifically on protein nutrition and exercise across the lifespan. I chose my PhD to learn and expand my knowledge in a different area of human physiology, in addition to utilising some of the state-of-the-art techniques that are available as part of the COMAP research group (e.g., stable isotope tracer methodology).

My PhD is furthering my career through providing the ability to learn different techniques and skills, many of which are transferable. I am also partnered with Arla Foods Ingredients, which allows me to experience research within an industry company.

Isabel Ely
PhD Student in Injury, Recovery, and Inflammation Sciences


School of Medicine

University of Nottingham
Medical School
Nottingham, NG7 2UH

Contacts: Call 0115 823 0031 ext.30031 or please see our 'contact us' page for further details