Human Molecular Science
This course provides learning that builds on knowledge gained in HUBS2206 and involves integrated learning between the areas of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Human Genetics. Students will study topics such as the cell cycle, cancer biology, recombinant DNA technology and complex modes of inheritance. The course is organised as a series of modules that include lectures and practical classes that prepare students for a career in laboratory-based research in areas of the biomedical sciences.
- Semester 2 - 2015
1. Describe how cell growth and differentiation occurs and what happens when the control of these processes is altered.
2. Describe recombinant DNA technology and its applications
3. Describe the process of DNA replication and repair
4. Discuss the concepts and theories of non-Mendelian inheritance
5. Demonstrate how to research topics, seek out information and solve problems in human molecular science
6. Demonstrate practical skills necessary to conduct laboratory-based investigations of human molecular science
7. Analyse, discuss and present laboratory-based data and scientific information in written and oral forms of communication
This course will cover the following topics:
- Cell growth and differentiation
- Cancer biology
- Molecular biology including recombinant DNA technology and its applications
- Medical Genetics including DNA repair and non-Mendelian inheritance
This course replaces the following course(s): HUBS3206. Students who have successfully completed HUBS3206 are not eligible to enrol in HUBS2209.
HUBS1403 Biomedical Science Part 1, HUBS1404 Biomedical Science Part 2, HUBS1202 Human Genomics & Biomolecular Analysis, HUBS2206 Human Biochemistry and Cell Biology or equivalent.
In Term Test: Mid semester test
Formal Examination: Final exam
Tutorial / Laboratory Exercises: Laboratory reports
Face to Face On Campus 3 hour(s) per Week for 7 Weeks
Face to Face On Campus 3 hour(s) per Week for 12 Weeks