HBM3101 - Research Methods
HBM3101 applies only for HBBM and HBES students. RBM2133 or RBM2800 applies to SBBS, SBEX and HBBS students.
|1.||Design, conduct and manage a biomedical/work-based research project;|
|2.||Work independently or part of a team with minimal supervision on a work-based or laboratory project, and demonstrate time management and project-related organisational skills;|
|3.||Articulate and justify research questions/project objectives and methods;|
|4.||Demonstrate proficiency in writing a research/work-based project final report, including a rationale and a summary of strengths and limitations;|
|5.||Demonstrate proficiency in disseminating derived research/workplace findings to peers and the VU Biomedical community.|
|Presentation||Oral (10 mins + 5 mins questions)||15%|
|Practicum||Supervisor assessment of laboratory skills||15%|
|Research Thesis||Minor written thesis (4000 words)||70%|
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