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Biomedicine is a medical science specialty that studies the biological and chemical aspects of healthcare. The course structure examines how the human body functions in health and disease, as well as attempts to comprehend the diagnosis, management, and treatment of a variety of diseases. Biomedicine or biomedical science looks at how cells, organs, and systems function in the human body, providing students with knowledge and education about molecular, cellular, and systems biology and neuroscience. The discipline is wide-ranging and draws from a variety of fields such as physiology, biochemistry, microbiology, genetics, anatomy, biology, chemistry, and more. The important topics covered in Biomedicine include genetics, epidemiology, immunology, pathology, biomathematics, and biology.

Knowledge of Biomedicine is very important in modern health care and laboratory diagnostics. It focuses more on curing diseases rather than improving the patient's health. Biomedicine detects diseases and attempts to cure them through medical intervention.

Students pursuing a degree in Biomedicine gain an understanding of the basics of biomedicine as well as important practical and scientific skills. Practical laboratory work is an important part of the study program. Students of biomedicine develop important skills like critical thinking, problem-solving, analytical, and numerical skills, which will be useful for them to find employment after graduation.


Study Levels:

Interested candidates can pursue a degree in Biomedicine at different study levels, these are:
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science
Bachelor of Science in Medical Radiation Science
Bachelor of Science in Medical Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Forensic and Medical Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Biology with emphasis on Biomedical Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Biological and Medicinal Chemistry
Pre-bachelor Degree in Bio-Pharmaceutical Science
Master of Science in Biomedical Science
Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering
Master of Arts in Medical Radiation Science
Master of Science in Medical Physics
Master of Science in Bio-Pharmaceutical Development
Master of Science in Applied Biosciences
Master of Science in Medical Microbiology
Master Degree in Conservation Medicine
Master of Science in Biomedical and Molecular Sciences
Master of Science in Medical Biotechnology
Postgraduate Diploma in Biomedical Science
Pre-master degree in Analytical Bioscience
Ph.D. in Biomedicine
Ph.D. in Molecular Medicine
Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering
Ph.D. in Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences
Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences


Biomedicine or biomedical science is a vast and continuously evolving academic field. It offers a number of specialisation options for students to choose from. These are:
Biomedical Engineering
Clinical Biochemistry
Vascular Science
Clinical Engineering
Medical Electronics

Throwing Caps

Human Anatomy and Physiology
Organic Chemistry
Cell Biology
Diagnostic and Therapeutic Instrumentation

Medical Physics
Molecular Biology
Forensic Science
Medical Ethics



Graduates with a degree in Biomedicine have the required knowledge and skill set to find employment in both the public and private sectors. They can work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, healthcare laboratories, health agencies, and forensic science departments. They may also be able to work in other fields that provide opportunities for laboratory work, management, research, education, and consultancy.


    Job roles include:
    Biomedical Scientist
    Analytical Chemist
    Clinical Scientist
    Forensic Scientist
    Medical Chemist


    Associate Physician
    Research Scientist
    Biomedical Laboratory Technician
    Medical Writer
    Medical Sales Director
    Pharmaceutical Marketing Manager
    Biostatics Manager
    Medical Coder
    Clinical Data Analyst
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