Dr Sunayna Best - Genomic Medicine

Why did you choose the MSc in Genomics?

Dr Sunayna Best talks about the masters in Genomic medicine

Why did you choose the MSc in Genomics?

Dr Sunayna Best talks about why she chose the masters in Genomic Medicine with NHLI

Dr Sunayna Best talks about the masters in Genomic medicine

What did you enjoy about the MSc in Genomics?

Dr Sunayna Best talks about what aspects of the masters in Genomic Medicine she enjoyed

Dr Sunayna Best talks about the masters in Genomic medicine

Would you recommend the MSc in Genomics?

Dr Sunayna Best talks about why she would recommend the masters in Genomic Medicine with NHLI

Dr Sunayna Best talks about the masters in Genomic medicine

What will you do after the MSc in Genomics?

Dr Sunayna Best talks about what she will be doing next after the masters in Genomic Medicine

Dr Affy Sepahzad - Genomic Medicine

Why did you choose the MSc in Genomics?

Dr Affy Sepahzad talks about the masters in Genomic medicine

Why did you choose the MSc in Genomics?

Dr Affy Sepahzad talks about why she chose the masters in Genomic Medicine with NHLI

Dr Affy Sepahzad talks about the masters in Genomic medicine

What did you enjoy about the MSc in Genomics?

Dr Affy Sepahzad Best talks about what aspects of the masters in Genomic Medicine she enjoyed

Dr Affy Sepahzad talks about the masters in Genomic medicine

Would you recommend the MSc in Genomics?

Dr Affy Sepahzad talks about why she would recommend the masters in Genomic Medicine with NHLI

Dr Affy Sepahzad talks about the masters in Genomic medicine

What will you do after the MSc in Genomics?

Dr Affy Sepahzad talks about what she will be doing next after the masters in Genomic Medicine


Ms Natalie Bolton – MSc Genomic Medicine

Biomedical Scientist, King’s College NHS Foundation Trust

Natalie Bolton

What attracted you to the MSc in Genomic Medicine programme?

Having always been interested in genetics the content of the degree really stood out to me, in particular its links with the 100,000 Genome Project and the opportunity to learn about cutting-edge science that is forming future of medicine. The structure of the course – the ability to undertake it part time whilst continuing my full time job within the NHS – was also particularly appealing.

What is most exciting about the course – and being one of the first students to study Genomic Medicine at Imperial?

It’s exciting to be a part of a field that is progressing so rapidly. To be one of the first students builds upon the feeling that what we are learning, and how we apply these knowledge and skills, is truly pioneering science.

What are your ambitions for your time at Imperial?

I would like to learn as much as possible and be able to transfer my new knowledge and skills into the workplace.

How do you think the course will impact your future career?

Obtaining an MSc will open a lot of doors in terms of career progression for me. Genomic Medicine is such a vast subject area, and applicable to so much, that I believe it will enable me to have more options for future career fields.