RBM2133 - Cell and Molecular Biology
HBM2106 - Human Genetics
|1.||Critically review current knowledge of molecular mechanisms resulting in human diseases and the impact of these diseases in both an individual and global context;|
|2.||Critically assess the use of current and emerging molecular biotechnology techniques to determine the molecular mechanisms of diseases and the design of targeted therapies;|
|3.||Ability to critically review and apply molecular and biotechnology methodologies;|
|4.||Collaborate constructively within small groups in the planning, development and implementation of teamwork tasks;|
|5.||Report on and elucidate on research data and scientific ideas.|
|Test||Two (2) Topic Tests (30 mins each)||10%|
|Laboratory Work||Four (4) Practical Reports (2,000 words total)||25%|
|Case Study||Team presentation (1000 words)||15%|
|Examination||Multiple choice & short answer questions (2000 words)||50%|
Molecular Pathology: The Molecular Basis of Human Diseas 1st ed.
Coleman. W.B., & Tsongalis. G.J., (2009)
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