University of Dundee

With the highest number of citations-per-paper for biological sciences in Europe (2013 QS World University Rankings), over £100 million of research income in 2013 and nearly 900 staff from over 60 countries worldwide, the College enjoys a reputation as one of the most dynamic international centres for molecular cell biology, with outstanding laboratory and technology facilities for fundamental research and translation.

MRC Protein Phosphorylation Unit 2009

Akue-Gedu, R., Rossignol, E., Azzaro, S., Knapp, S., Filippakopoulos, P., Bullock, A. N., Bain, J., Cohen, P., Prudhomme, M., Anizon, F. and Moreau, P. (2009) Synthesis, kinase inhibitory potencies, and in vitro antiproliferative evaluation of new Pim kinase inhibitors. J Med Chem. 52, 6369-6381

Alessi, D. R., Pearce, L. R. and Garcia-Martinez, J. M. (2009) New insights into mTOR signaling: mTORC2 and beyond. Sci Signal. 2, pe27

Arthur, J. S. and McGuire, V. A. (2009) Gene-targeting vectors. Methods Mol Biol. 561, 127-144

Getting a bank account

Lloyds TSB main branch (Perth Road, very near the University) will open an account for you and provide a debit card on the day, providing you have a passport and a written UK address (a utility bill is accepted, but not required). A temporary address is permitted, such as a "care of" address, as is the use of University Halls of Residence.

Studying Abroad

In the School of Life Sciences we want to encourage you all to broaden your horizons and really experience what it is like to study and live abroad during your time at Dundee.

By selecting a study abroad experience you will have the opportunity to:

Biological Sciences

The Biological Sciences route begins at level 3 after completion of the core Life Sciences curriculum. The ethos of this programme is to give students a truly research led experience with virtually all lectures given by PIs who are actively researching the subject areas they present lectures in.

Biomedical Sciences

The Biomedical Sciences welcomes you at level 3 after completion of the core Life Sciences curriculum. Our new research-led Biomedical Sciences programme includes opportunities to study core themes Physiology and Pharmacology alongside more-focused studies in Neuroscience. The programme is designed and run largely by leading researchers from our Colleges of Life Sciences and Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing, including colleagues from the Institute of Sport and Exercise.


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