Valid from: Autumn 2015
Decided by: FN2/Eva Nordberg-Karlsson
Date of establishment: 2016-02-24
Course type: Third-cycle course
Teaching languages: English, Swedish
Cellular processes are often targets for the treatment of disease. Products of cellular processes are often used for medical analysis of processes or disease states. A basic understanding of such processes is therefore of critical importance for the development and application of new tools in this field. In this course cellular processes in eukaryotic cells are studied and discussed to create a basis for research activities around such processes.
Knowledge and Understanding
For a passing grade the doctoral student must be able to provide a detailed description and analysis of basic components and processes in eukaryotic cells and interactions of cells
Competences and Skills
For a passing grade the doctoral student must be able to provide a detailed reflection on cellular processes and be able to explain experimental observations of cellular processes
Judgement and Approach
For a passing grade the doctoral student must to demonstrate a willingness to adequately present, question and debate scientific knowledge and theories in the field of cell biology
The course aims to give students an insight into cellular processes and their regulation
Alberts, B.: Molecular biology of the cell.
Additional literature is selected jointly by the students and the examiner
Type of instruction: Self-study literature review
Examination format: Oral exam
Grading scale: Failed, pass
Selection criteria: 1. Students in reserach subjects that in its general curiculum indicates the course as mandatory or one of a few mandatory alternatives.
Course KIM005F based on group studies is the first choice for this course content. This course is given if the student base is insufficient to offer KIM005F.