Students undertake required junior units of study in chemistry, mathematics and molecular biology and genetics, and also normally undertake units of study in biology, physics, or computer science.
Intermediate study includes the structure and function of proteins and enzymes, protein synthesis, the breakdown of energy-rich fuel molecules to provide energy, the synthesis of biological molecules and the storage of fuels, and the response of fuel breakdown and storage pathways to different physiological situations.
Laboratory classes offer students the experience of real experimental science and training in practical skills for senior study in molecular biology, immunology, the structural biochemistry of macromolecules, aspects of metabolic biochemistry, functional genomics and proteomics.
Molecular Biology and Biochemistry - Genes
Molecular Biology and Biochemistry - Proteins
Human Molecular Cell Biology
Medical and Metabolic Biochemistry
Proteomics and Functional Genomics
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