Laboratory Disease Investigation (AVBS3002)
UNIT OF STUDY
The aim of this unit is to develop an investigative approach and familiarity with laboratory techniques, ethics and safety in preparation for honours or postgraduate training in disease research or disease investigation. Students will work through actual disease research or investigation scenarios via directed and self-directed, individual and group tasks.
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Further unit of study information
lectures 2 hrs/wk, laboratories/tutorials 4 hrs/wk (note these will vary depending upon the week)
assignments (60%), quiz (15%), theory exam (25%)
There is no set text for this unit. Students will use primary literature and source various library texts as required for their investigations.
Faculty/department permission required?
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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge
Assumed knowledge: (CHEM1101 or CHEM1001) and (CHEM1102 or CHEM1002), BIOL1001 and BIOL1002, ANSC3103 and ANSC3104 and (BIOM2001 or ENVX2001)
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