This course is for MSc students in Biology.
Coordinator: Dr. M.J.M. Schaaf
Lectures will be given by group leaders teaching in the From Cells to Organisms specialisation, concentrated around the following themes: Molecular biology, Cell Biology, Development, Physiology and pathology, Behaviour and interaction with the environment, and Integration of different organization levels. The lectures will provide an integrated overview on the research topics studied in the From Cells to Organisms specialisation and will highlight the key scientific questions in the research fields covered by this specialisation. At the end of the course the students will write an essay on the two topics that they found most interesting. In this course, the students will introduce themselves to the rest of the group in a brief (~5 min) presentation.
To provide students with an overview of the research fields covered by the From cells to Organisms specialisation
To introduce them to the basic concepts and the key scientific questions covered by those research fields
To familiarize students with the research and methods used within the research groups participating in the From cells to Organisms specialisation
To facilitate the choice for a first MSc research project, and to enable the planning of a concept program for the 2-years MSc specialisation
To Introduce the students to each other and get to know the interests and expertise of the other students in this specialisation
A starting MSc student has an overview of research fields, basic scientific concepts, key scientific questions, research topics, and research methods connected with From cells to Organisms specialisation. This will allow him/her to make well-informed choices for establishing his/her concept MSc study program and arranging his/her first research project.
From 2 September 2019 to 27 September 2019. Programme details will be announced via Blackboard.
Mode of instruction
The students will write an essay on two topics of choice.
The schedule for this course and powerpoints of the lectures will be placed on blackboard.
Via USIS and enroll in Blackboard
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