As part of the research element of the Mathematical Biology & Biophysical Chemistry MSc I undertook 3 8-week miniprojects. The interdisciplinary nature of MOAC meant that each project was either theorectical, biophysical chemistry or experimental biology based.
This gave experience in a variety of areas across 4 different departments (Centre for Scientific Computing, Chemistry, Warwick Medical School & Life Sciences) in various research groups.
Biophysical Chemistry Project: Cryopreservation of Red Blood Cells in Presence of Recrystallisation Inhibitors.
Experimental Biology Project: Control of reactivity of Protein-Disulphide Isomerase.