RBM2133 - Cell and Molecular Biology
HBM2106 - Human Genetics
RBM2200 - Functional Anatomy of the Head and Back
RBM2800 - Cardiorespiratory and Renal Physiology
|1.||Conceptually map disorders from pathogenesis through to treatment;|
|2.||Demonstrate an in depth knowledge of the pathophysiology of selected diseases;|
|3.||Critically reflect on ethical principles underpinning biomedical science;|
|4.||Critically review current advances in medical interventions/therapeutics;|
|5.||Effectively and analytically communicate complex ideas/scientific literature in both written and oral formats.|
|Presentation||Journal article analysis (15 minutes)||10%|
|Essay||Essay (1,500 words)||30%|
|Report||Two (2) Workshop Reports (800 words each)||30%|
|Test||Two (2) Topic tests (1.5 hours and 1,000 words each)||30%|
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