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    Basically, the title.

    Or would I need to study Biology first, and then specialise in Epigenetics.

    Also, if anyone knows if this would be possible in a Scottish university, that'd be good.
    (Would rather get a wider opinion on the whole of the UK first)
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    Epigenetics is a fledgling field so you can't do a degree in it. You also need a basic understanding of biology to do epigenetics. Choose somewhere that has a strong reputation for epigenetic research and allows you to do modules in it.
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