Table 1: Cell Pathology

Table 1 lists units of study available to students in the Bachelor of Science and combined degrees. The units are available to students enrolled in other degrees in accordance with their degree resolutions.

Unit of study Credit points A: Assumed knowledge P: Prerequisites C: Corequisites N: Prohibition Session

Cell Pathology

For a major in Cell Pathology, the minimum requirement is 24 credit points from:
(i) CPAT3201 and CPAT3202; and
(ii) any two of the listed senior units of study
Senior units of study
The completion of 6 credit points of MBLG units of study is highly recommended.
CPAT3201
Pathogenesis of Human Disease 1
6    P 1. At least 6cp of intermediate units of study from any of the following: ANAT, BCHM, BIOL, HPSC, MBLG, MICR, PCOL and PHSI; or 2. For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401; or 3. Completion of suitable subjects as determined by the Head of Department.
Semester 2
CPAT3202
Pathogenesis of Human Disease 2
6    P 1. At least 6cp of intermediate units of study from any of the following: ANAT, BCHM, BIOL, HPSC, MBLG, MICR, PCOL and PHSI; or 2. For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401; or 3. Completion of suitable subjects as determined by the Head of Department.
C CPAT3201
Semester 2
HSTO3001
Microscopy & Histochemistry Theory
6    P Credit or better grade in ANAT2008. For BMedSc: Credit average in (BMED2401 and BMED2402 and BMED2405) or Credit average in (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806 and BMED2804).
C HSTO3002
Semester 1
HSTO3002
Microscopy & Histochemistry Practical
6    P Credit grade or better in ANAT2008. For BMedSc: Credit average in (BMED2401 and BMED2402 and BMED2405) or Credit average in (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806 and BMED2804).
C HSTO3001
Semester 1
HSTO3003
Cells and Development: Theory
6    A (i) An understanding of the basic structure of vertebrates; (ii) An understanding of elementary biochemistry and genetics.
P For BSc students: ANAT2008 or PHSI3005 or PHSI3905. For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED including (BMED2401 and at least two from BMED2402 and BMED2403 and BMED2406) OR (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2803).
Semester 2
HSTO3004
Cells and Development: Practical (Adv)
6    P Unless special permission is granted from the course coordinator, this advanced unit of study is only available to select students who have achieved one of the following: For BSc students: Credit or better in either ANAT2008 or PHSI3005 or PHSI3905. For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED including a Credit in (BMED2401 and at least two from BMED2402 and BMED2403 and BMED2406) OR Credit average in (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2803).
C HSTO3003
Semester 2
BCHM3071
Molecular Biology & Biochemistry- Genes
6    P (MBLG 1001/1901) and 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401, BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804).
N BCHM3001, BCHM3901, BCHM3971
Semester 1
BCHM3971
Molecular Biology & Biochem- Genes (Adv)
6    P (MBLG1001/1901) and Distinction in 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and Distinction in BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (Distinction average in BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804)
N BCHM3901, BCHM3001, BCHM3071
Semester 1
BCHM3072
Human Molecular Cell Biology
6    P (MBLG1001/1901) and 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804)
N BCHM3972, BCHM3004, BCHM3002, BCHM3902, BCHM3904
Semester 2
BCHM3972
Human Molecular Cell Biology (Advanced)
6    P (MBLG1001/1901) and Distinction in 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and Distinction in BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (Distinction average in BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804).
N BCHM3072, BCHM3004, BCHM3902, BCHM3904, BCHM3002
Semester 2
BCHM3081
Mol Biology & Biochemistry- Proteins
6    P (MBLG1001/1901) and 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804).
N BCHM3981, BCHM3001, BCHM3901
Semester 1
BCHM3981
Mol Biology & Biochemistry- Proteins Adv
6    P (MBLG1001/1901) and Distinction in 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and Distinction in BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (Distinction average in BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804).
N BCHM3901, BCHM3001, BCHM3081
Semester 1
BCHM3082
Medical and Metabolic Biochemistry
6    P (MBLG1001/1901) and 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804).
N BCHM3002, BCHM3982, BCHM3004, BCHM3902, BCHM3904
Semester 2
BCHM3982
Medical and Metabolic Biochemistry (Adv)
6    P (MBLG1001/1901) and Distinction in 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and Distinction in BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (Distinction average in BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804)
N BCHM3082, BCHM3902, BCHM3004, BCHM3904, BCHM3002
Semester 2
MICR3011
Microbes in Infection
6    P At least 6 credit points of MBLG units and (MICR2022 or MICR2922). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED units including (BMED2401 and BMED2404) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2807). For BScAgr students: (PLNT2001 or PLNT2901) and (MICR2022 or MICR922).
N MICR3001, MICR3911, MICR3901
Semester 1
MICR3911
Microbes in Infection (Advanced)
6    P At least 6 credit points of MBLG units and Distinction in (MICR2022 or MICR2922). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED units including (BMED2401 and Distinction in BMED2404) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and Distinction in BMED2807). For BScAgr students: (PLNT2001 or PLNT2901) and (MICR2022 or MICR2922) including one Distinction.
N MICR3001, MICR3011, MICR3901
Semester 1
MICR3032
Molecular Microbiology Concepts
6    A MICR2021 or equivalent introductory microbiology.
P At least 6 credit points of MBLG units and (MICR2022 or MICR2922). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED units including (BMED2401 and BMED2404) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2807). For BScAgr students: (PLNT2001 or PLNT2901) and MICR2024.
N MICR3932
Semester 2
MICR3932
Molecular Microbiology Concepts (Adv)
6    A MICR2021 or equivalent introductory microbiology.
P At least 6 credit points of MBLG units and Distinction in (MICR2022 or MICR2922) or For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED units including BMED2401, BMED2404 and Distinction in (BMED2401 or BMED2404) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and Distinction in BMED2807). For BScAgr students: (PLNT2001 or PLNT2901) and MICR2024 including one Distinction.
N MICR3032
Semester 2
MICR3042
Molecular Microbiology Research Skills
6    A MICR2021 or equivalent introductory microbiology
P MICR2022 or MICR2922 and at least 6 credit points of MBLG units. For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED units including (BMED2401 and BMED2404) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2807). For BScAgr students: (PLNT2001 or PLNT2901) and MICR2024.
N MICR3942, MICR3022, MICR3922
Semester 2
MICR3942
Molecular Micro Research Skills (Adv)
6    A MICR2021 or equivalent introductory microbiology.
P MICR2022 or MICR2922 and at least 6 credit points of MBLG units. Entry into MICR3942 requires at least one Distinction in a previous MICR unit ((MICR2021 or MICR2921), (MICR2022 or MICR2922) or (MICR3011 or MICR3911)). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED units including (BMED2401 and BMED2404) and a Distinction in BMED2401 or BMED2404 or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and Distinction in BMED2807). For BScAgr students: (PLNT2001 or PLNT2901) and MICR2024.
N MICR3022, MICR3922, MICR3042
Semester 2
PHSI3005
Human Cellular Physiology: Theory
6    A 6 credit points of MBLG
P Except for BMedSc students: (PHSI2005 or PHSI2905) and (PHSI2006 or PHSI2906). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED including (BMED2401 and BMED2402) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806)
N PHSI3905, PHSI3004, PHSI3904


It is recommended that this unit of study be taken in conjunction with (PHSI3006 or PHSI3906).
Semester 1
PHSI3905
Human Cellular Physiology (Adv): Theory
6    A 6 credit points of MBLG
P Students enrolling in this unit should have a WAM of at least 70. Except for BMedSc students: Credit average in (PHSI2005 or PHSI2905) and (PHSI2006 or PHSI2906). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED at Credit average including (BMED2401 and BMED2402) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806).
N PHSI3004, PHSI3904, PHSI3005

Note: Department permission required for enrolment
It is highly recommended that this unit of study ONLY be taken in combination with (PHSI3006 or PHSI3906).
Semester 1
PHSI3006
Human Cellular Physiology: Research
6    P Except for BMedSc students: (PHSI2005 or PHSI2905) and (PHSI2006 or PHSI2906). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED including (BMED2401 and BMED2402) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806).
C PHSI3005
N PHSI3906, PHSI3004, PHSI3904
Semester 1
PHSI3906
Human Cellular Physiology (Ad): Research
6    A 6 credit points of MBLG
P Students enrolling in this unit should have a WAM of at least 70. Except for BMedSc students: (PHSI2005 or PHSI2905) and (PHSI2006 or PHSI2906). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED at Credit average including (BMED2401 and BMED2402) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806).
C PHSI3905
N PHSI3006, PHSI3004, PHSI3904

Note: Department permission required for enrolment

Semester 1
Information on the above units may be found under the relevant teaching department entries.

Cell Pathology

For a major in Cell Pathology, the minimum requirement is 24 credit points from:
(i) CPAT3201 and CPAT3202; and
(ii) any two of the listed senior units of study
Senior units of study
The completion of 6 credit points of MBLG units of study is highly recommended.
CPAT3201 Pathogenesis of Human Disease 1

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Greg Sutherland Session: Semester 2 Classes: Three 1-hour lectures and one 3-hour tutorial per week. Prerequisites: 1. At least 6cp of intermediate units of study from any of the following: ANAT, BCHM, BIOL, HPSC, MBLG, MICR, PCOL and PHSI; or 2. For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401; or 3. Completion of suitable subjects as determined by the Head of Department. Assessment: One 2-hour exam (60%), one major research essay (1500w) (20%), two 0.5-hour in-semester exams (20%). Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Kumar, Abbas & Aster. Robbins Basic Pathology, 9th edition. Saunders. 2012.
CPAT3202 Pathogenesis of Human Disease 2

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Greg Sutherland Session: Semester 2 Classes: Practical Module Prerequisites: 1. At least 6cp of intermediate units of study from any of the following: ANAT, BCHM, BIOL, HPSC, MBLG, MICR, PCOL and PHSI; or 2. For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401; or 3. Completion of suitable subjects as determined by the Head of Department. Corequisites: CPAT3201 Assessment: One 2-hour Practical exam (70%), Museum Practical Reports (30%). Practical field work: One 2-hour microscopic practical and one 2-hour museum practical per week. Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Kumar, Abbas & Aster. Robbins Basic Pathology, 9th edition. Saunders. 2012.
HSTO3001 Microscopy & Histochemistry Theory

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Robin Arnold; Prof Christopher Murphy Session: Semester 1 Classes: Usually four 1-hour lectures per week plus a few tutorials Prerequisites: Credit or better grade in ANAT2008. For BMedSc: Credit average in (BMED2401 and BMED2402 and BMED2405) or Credit average in (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806 and BMED2804). Corequisites: HSTO3002 Assessment: One 2-hour theory exam, essay, mid semester quiz (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Keirnan, J.A. Histological & Histochemical Methods. 4th edition. Scion. 2008.
HSTO3002 Microscopy & Histochemistry Practical

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Ms Robin Arnold; Prof Christopher Murphy Session: Semester 1 Classes: Usually 4 hours practical per week Prerequisites: Credit grade or better in ANAT2008. For BMedSc: Credit average in (BMED2401 and BMED2402 and BMED2405) or Credit average in (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806 and BMED2804). Corequisites: HSTO3001 Assessment: One 1.5-hour practical exam, one practical report, mid semester quiz (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Keirnan, JA. Histological & Histochemical Methods. 4th edition. Scion. 2008.
HSTO3003 Cells and Development: Theory

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Prof Frank Lovicu Session: Semester 2 Classes: Four 1-hour theory lectures and one 1-hour tutorial per week Prerequisites: For BSc students: ANAT2008 or PHSI3005 or PHSI3905. For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED including (BMED2401 and at least two from BMED2402 and BMED2403 and BMED2406) OR (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2803). Assumed knowledge: (i) An understanding of the basic structure of vertebrates; (ii) An understanding of elementary biochemistry and genetics. Assessment: One 2-hour exam, tutorial research papers and Seminar (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Gilbert, SF. Developmental Biology. 10th edition. Sinauer Associates Inc. 2013.
HSTO3004 Cells and Development: Practical (Adv)

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Stuart Fraser Session: Semester 2 Classes: One 1-hour tutorial and two 2-hour practicals per week Prerequisites: Unless special permission is granted from the course coordinator, this advanced unit of study is only available to select students who have achieved one of the following: For BSc students: Credit or better in either ANAT2008 or PHSI3005 or PHSI3905. For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED including a Credit in (BMED2401 and at least two from BMED2402 and BMED2403 and BMED2406) OR Credit average in (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2803). Corequisites: HSTO3003 Assessment: One 90 minute exam and/or Practical class reports and Seminars (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Gilbert SF. Developmental Biology. 10th edition. Sinauer Associates Inc. 2013.
BCHM3071 Molecular Biology & Biochemistry- Genes

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Jill Johnston, Prof Iain Campbell. Session: Semester 1 Classes: Two 1-hour lectures per week and one 6-hour practical per fortnight. Prerequisites: (MBLG 1001/1901) and 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401, BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804). Prohibitions: BCHM3001, BCHM3901, BCHM3971 Assessment: One 2.5-hour exam, practical work (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Lewin, B. Genes X. 10th edition. Jones & Bartlett. 2011.
BCHM3971 Molecular Biology & Biochem- Genes (Adv)

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Jill Johnston, Prof Iain Campbell. Session: Semester 1 Classes: Two 1-hour lectures per week and one 6-hour practical per fortnight. Prerequisites: (MBLG1001/1901) and Distinction in 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and Distinction in BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (Distinction average in BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804) Prohibitions: BCHM3901, BCHM3001, BCHM3071 Assessment: One 2.5-hour exam, practical work (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Lewin, B. Genes X. 10th edition. Jones & Bartlett. 2011.
BCHM3072 Human Molecular Cell Biology

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Jill Johnston, Prof Iain Campbell Session: Semester 2 Classes: Two 1-hour lectures per week and one 6-hour practical per fortnight. Prerequisites: (MBLG1001/1901) and 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804) Prohibitions: BCHM3972, BCHM3004, BCHM3002, BCHM3902, BCHM3904 Assessment: One 2.5-hour exam, practical work (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Alberts, B. et al. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 5th edition. Garland Science. 2008.
BCHM3972 Human Molecular Cell Biology (Advanced)

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Jill Johnston, Prof Iain Campbell Session: Semester 2 Classes: Two 1-hour lectures per week and one 6-hour practical per fortnight. Prerequisites: (MBLG1001/1901) and Distinction in 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and Distinction in BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (Distinction average in BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804). Prohibitions: BCHM3072, BCHM3004, BCHM3902, BCHM3904, BCHM3002 Assessment: One 2.5-hour exam, practical work (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Alberts, B. et al. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 5th edition. Garland Science. 2008.
BCHM3081 Mol Biology & Biochemistry- Proteins

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Jill Johnston, Prof Joel Mackay Session: Semester 1 Classes: Two 2 hour lectures per week and one 6 hour practical per fortnight. Prerequisites: (MBLG1001/1901) and 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804). Prohibitions: BCHM3981, BCHM3001, BCHM3901 Assessment: One 2.5 hour exam, practical work (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Williamson M. How Proteins Work. Garland. 2011.
BCHM3981 Mol Biology & Biochemistry- Proteins Adv

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Jill Johnston, Prof Joel Mackay Session: Semester 1 Classes: Two 1-hour lectures per week and one 6-hour practical per fortnight. Prerequisites: (MBLG1001/1901) and Distinction in 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and Distinction in BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (Distinction average in BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804). Prohibitions: BCHM3901, BCHM3001, BCHM3081 Assessment: One 2.5-hour exam, practical work (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Williamson M. How Proteins Work. Garland. 2011.
BCHM3082 Medical and Metabolic Biochemistry

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Jill Johnston, A/Prof Gareth Denyer Session: Semester 2 Classes: Two 1-hour lectures per week and one 6-hour practical per fortnight. Prerequisites: (MBLG1001/1901) and 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804). Prohibitions: BCHM3002, BCHM3982, BCHM3004, BCHM3902, BCHM3904 Assessment: One 2.5-hour exam, practical work (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Devlin T Textbook of Biochemistry With Clinical Correlations 7th edition. Wiley 2011.
BCHM3982 Medical and Metabolic Biochemistry (Adv)

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Jill Johnston, A/Prof Gareth Denyer Session: Semester 2 Classes: Two 1-hour lectures per week and one 6-hour practical per fortnight. Prerequisites: (MBLG1001/1901) and Distinction in 12 CP of Intermediate BCHM/MBLG units (taken from MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971 or BCHM2072/2972). For BMedSc: (18 credit points of BMED including BMED2401 and Distinction in BMED2405 and one of MBLG2071/2971 or BCHM2071/2971) or (Distinction average in BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2804) Prohibitions: BCHM3082, BCHM3902, BCHM3004, BCHM3904, BCHM3002 Assessment: One 2.5-hour exam, practical work (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Devlin T Textbook of Biochemistry With Clinical Correlations 7th edition. Wiley 2011.
MICR3011 Microbes in Infection

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Helen Agus Session: Semester 1 Classes: Two 1-hour lectures per week, eight 3-hour practical sessions and three 2-hour clinical tutorials per semester Prerequisites: At least 6 credit points of MBLG units and (MICR2022 or MICR2922). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED units including (BMED2401 and BMED2404) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2807). For BScAgr students: (PLNT2001 or PLNT2901) and (MICR2022 or MICR922). Prohibitions: MICR3001, MICR3911, MICR3901 Assessment: Theory: One 2-hour exam (60%) and formative assessment; In-semester: presentations, discussion facilitation, quiz, prac assessment (40%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Murray PR et al. Medical Microbiology. 7th edition. Mosby. 2013.
MICR3911 Microbes in Infection (Advanced)

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Helen Agus Session: Semester 1 Classes: Two 1-hour lectures per week including six 1-hour tutorials, eight 3-hour practical sessions and three 2-hour clinical tutorials per semester. Prerequisites: At least 6 credit points of MBLG units and Distinction in (MICR2022 or MICR2922). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED units including (BMED2401 and Distinction in BMED2404) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and Distinction in BMED2807). For BScAgr students: (PLNT2001 or PLNT2901) and (MICR2022 or MICR2922) including one Distinction. Prohibitions: MICR3001, MICR3011, MICR3901 Assessment: Theory: One 2-hour exam (60%), formative assessment; Practical assessment: presentations, discussion facilitation, quiz, prac assessment (40%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Murray PR.et al. Medical Microbiology. 7th ed., Mosby, 2013
MICR3032 Molecular Microbiology Concepts

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Nick Coleman Session: Semester 2 Classes: Three lectures per week and one 2-hour prac/tute per week Prerequisites: At least 6 credit points of MBLG units and (MICR2022 or MICR2922). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED units including (BMED2401 and BMED2404) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2807). For BScAgr students: (PLNT2001 or PLNT2901) and MICR2024. Prohibitions: MICR3932 Assumed knowledge: MICR2021 or equivalent introductory microbiology. Assessment: One 1-hour theory exam (mid semester); one 1-hour prac exam (open book, mid-semester), one 2-hour theory exam (end of semester); one oral presentation and associated powerpoint document; One presentation; one computer-based assessment exercise. (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
MICR3932 Molecular Microbiology Concepts (Adv)

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Nick Coleman Session: Semester 2 Classes: Three lectures per week and one 2-hour prac/tute per week Prerequisites: At least 6 credit points of MBLG units and Distinction in (MICR2022 or MICR2922) or For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED units including BMED2401, BMED2404 and Distinction in (BMED2401 or BMED2404) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and Distinction in BMED2807). For BScAgr students: (PLNT2001 or PLNT2901) and MICR2024 including one Distinction. Prohibitions: MICR3032 Assumed knowledge: MICR2021 or equivalent introductory microbiology. Assessment: One 1-hour theory exam (mid semester); one 1-hour prac exam (in-semester, week 13); one 2-hour exam (end of semester); one written assessment. (100%) Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
None
MICR3042 Molecular Microbiology Research Skills

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: A/Prof Dee Carter Session: Semester 2 Classes: One lecture per week. One 4-hour prac per week. Prerequisites: MICR2022 or MICR2922 and at least 6 credit points of MBLG units. For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED units including (BMED2401 and BMED2404) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2807). For BScAgr students: (PLNT2001 or PLNT2901) and MICR2024. Prohibitions: MICR3942, MICR3022, MICR3922 Assumed knowledge: MICR2021 or equivalent introductory microbiology Assessment: One 1-hour theory exam. One 1-hour theory of prac exam. In-lab continuous assessment, two prac reports, one quiz (100%). Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Prescott's Microbiology (Willey et al) or Microbiology: an evolving science (Slonczewski and Foster) are useful texts to support the course content, but not essential.
MICR3942 Molecular Micro Research Skills (Adv)

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: A/Prof Dee Carter Session: Semester 2 Classes: One lecture per week. One 4-hour prac per week. Prerequisites: MICR2022 or MICR2922 and at least 6 credit points of MBLG units. Entry into MICR3942 requires at least one Distinction in a previous MICR unit ((MICR2021 or MICR2921), (MICR2022 or MICR2922) or (MICR3011 or MICR3911)). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED units including (BMED2401 and BMED2404) and a Distinction in BMED2401 or BMED2404 or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and Distinction in BMED2807). For BScAgr students: (PLNT2001 or PLNT2901) and MICR2024. Prohibitions: MICR3022, MICR3922, MICR3042 Assumed knowledge: MICR2021 or equivalent introductory microbiology. Assessment: One 1-hour theory exam, seminar/poster presentation, lab book mark and supervisor mark based on research project (100%). Practical field work: Research project in an academic microbiology lab, 48 hours total, at times decided between student and supervisor. In this research project, experience will be gained handling live, potentially pathogenic microbes. Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Prescott's Microbiology (Willey et al) or Microbiology: an evolving science (Slonczewski and Foster) are useful texts to support the course content, but not essential.
PHSI3005 Human Cellular Physiology: Theory

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Stuart Fraser Session: Semester 1 Classes: Three 1-hour lectures and one 1-hour tutorial slot per week. Prerequisites: Except for BMedSc students: (PHSI2005 or PHSI2905) and (PHSI2006 or PHSI2906). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED including (BMED2401 and BMED2402) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806) Prohibitions: PHSI3905, PHSI3004, PHSI3904 Assumed knowledge: 6 credit points of MBLG Assessment: One 2-hour exam (60%) and three to five quizzes (40%). Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: It is recommended that this unit of study be taken in conjunction with (PHSI3006 or PHSI3906).
Textbooks
Alberts, B. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 5th edition. Garland Science.
PHSI3905 Human Cellular Physiology (Adv): Theory

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Stuart Fraser Session: Semester 1 Classes: Three 1-hour lectures and one 1-hour tutorial slot per week. Prerequisites: Students enrolling in this unit should have a WAM of at least 70. Except for BMedSc students: Credit average in (PHSI2005 or PHSI2905) and (PHSI2006 or PHSI2906). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED at Credit average including (BMED2401 and BMED2402) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806). Prohibitions: PHSI3004, PHSI3904, PHSI3005 Assumed knowledge: 6 credit points of MBLG Assessment: One 2-hour exam (60%), one 2000-word report (30%) and a report plan arising from a mentored research project (10%). Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Department permission required for enrolment
Note: It is highly recommended that this unit of study ONLY be taken in combination with (PHSI3006 or PHSI3906).
Textbooks
Alberts, B. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 5th edition. Garland Science.
PHSI3006 Human Cellular Physiology: Research

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Anuwat Dinudom Session: Semester 1 Classes: Two small group PBL and one 1 hour lecture per week; one 3 hour practical in some weeks. Students are allocated to PBL and practical classes after enrolments are finalised. For this reason students should refer to Blackboard and the Physiology online Master timetable regularly after semester begins. Prerequisites: Except for BMedSc students: (PHSI2005 or PHSI2905) and (PHSI2006 or PHSI2906). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED including (BMED2401 and BMED2402) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806). Corequisites: PHSI3005 Prohibitions: PHSI3906, PHSI3004, PHSI3904 Assessment: One 1.5-hour exam (60%), PBL assessments by oral presentations and paper summaries (20%), prac assessment tasks (20%). Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Textbooks
Alberts, B. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 5th edition. Garland Science.
PHSI3906 Human Cellular Physiology (Ad): Research

Credit points: 6 Teacher/Coordinator: Dr Anuwat Dinudom Session: Semester 1 Classes: Two small group PBL and one 1-hour lecture per week; one 3-hour practical in some weeks. Prerequisites: Students enrolling in this unit should have a WAM of at least 70. Except for BMedSc students: (PHSI2005 or PHSI2905) and (PHSI2006 or PHSI2906). For BMedSc: 18 credit points of BMED at Credit average including (BMED2401 and BMED2402) or (BMED2801 and BMED2802 and BMED2806). Corequisites: PHSI3905 Prohibitions: PHSI3006, PHSI3004, PHSI3904 Assumed knowledge: 6 credit points of MBLG Assessment: One 1.5-hour exam (56%), PBL assessments by oral presentations and paper summaries (14%), advanced practical class assessment tasks (30%). Campus: Camperdown/Darlington, Sydney Mode of delivery: Normal (lecture/lab/tutorial) day
Note: Department permission required for enrolment
Textbooks
Alberts, B. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 5th edition. Garland Science.
Information on the above units may be found under the relevant teaching department entries.