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  JOINT INTERNATIONAL MASTER COURSE
  IN MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY
MODULE INFORMATION MB10 - System Biology
CURRICULUM UNIT: System Biology


SCIENTIFIC AREA: Molecular biology
YEAR 20
Hours of direct teaching: 70
Hours  of self-learning: 80



CODE: MB10
CREDITS: 06
OBJECTIVE:

 
Understand and apply principles and techniques of genomic, proteomic, transcriptomic, metabolomic, nutrigenomic etc.

EXPECTED RESULTS (specific skills)
After completing this module, the student must show that it is able to:
1. identify and use  the different techniques and tools applied to the study of biological processes
2. use in a practical way the previously acquired knowledge on the structural and functional relationships of polymers and other bioactive molecules.

METHODOLOGY OF TEACHING / LEARNING
Teaching of the course will be based on lectures, practical laboratory sessions and seminars

STUDENTS EVALUATION
The final assessment of this module will be based on the weighted average of the final exam, of the seminar presentations and  of the practical activities. The evaluation criteria of the module shall comply with the assessment regulations of HCPM.

TEACHING TOPICS

1. Basic concepts
2. Genomics
3. Transcriptómics
4. Proteomics
5. Other “omics”
6. International programs of functional genomics
7. Methods of functional analysis of genes and proteins
 
Distribution of the workload according to the topics

TOPICS

HOURS

TOTAL

 

Direct teaching

Self Learning

 

 

LE

PC

SE

HDT

RS

APA

HTI

 

Basic concepts

2

 

1

3

12

-

12

15

Genomics

3

8

-

11

3

-

3

14

Transcriptómics

2

6

2

9

3

-

3

12

Proteomics

2

5

-

7

3

-

3

10

Other “omics”

2

2

2

5

3

-

3

8

International programs of functional genomics

3

7

2

13

12

14

26

39

Methods of functional analysis of genes and proteins

5

18

-

22

12

18

30

52

Total

19

46

7

70

48

32

80

150

LE = Lecture, PC= Practical Class (Laboratory,   calculation exercises, etc.), SE = Seminar, HDT = Hours of direct teaching; RS = References search and reading , APA = Autonomous practical activities; HSL = Hours of self learning.

Basic textbooks and references

  1. Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics 2 edition (2009); Jonathan Pevsner. Wiley-Blackwell.
  2. Genomes 3 3rd edition (2006). T.A. Brown Garland Science
  3. Introduction to Molecular Biology, Genomics and Proteomics for Biomedical Engineers (Biomedical Engineering) by Robert B. Northrop and Anne N. Connor (2008)
  4. Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics by Jonathan Pevsner (2009)
  5. Introduction to Proteomics (Wiley - Interscience Series on Mass Spectrometry) by Agnieszka Kraj and Jerzy Silberring (2008)
  6. Discovering Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics (2nd Edition) by A. Malcolm Campbell and Laurie J. Heyer (2006)
  7. Transcriptomics: Expression Pattern Analysis by Virendra Gomase (2009)
Information Conner

ABOUT THIS COURSE
LECTURER
STUDENTS
THESIS

HEADQUATERS
Postgraduate Office, HUMP, 6 Ngo Quyen, Hue
Department of Biomedical Science, 25 Muroni st., Sassari

J.I. MASTER COURSE COORDINATOR
  Le Van An, MD. PhD
      Tel: +84 914463194
  Prof. Pier Luigi Fiori, MD. PhD
      Tel: +39 8923123213
 
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