1 x 1-hour tutorial weekly 1 x 2-hour workshop weekly 1 x 7-hour independent study weekly 1 x 2-hour on-line lecture weekly
Enrolment not permitted
MMED3935 has been successfully completed
This topic will be suitable for students wishing to pursue careers in Medicine, Medical Research, or related fields
Tests (60%); Examination (40%).
The topic will give an introduction to human genetics, modes of inheritance, and an overview of human chromosomes at the cytogenetic and molecular levels. The human genome will be discussed at the molecular level and biological mechanisms that modify human inheritance will be studied. An introduction to molecular genetic techniques used in diagnosis of human genetic disease will be presented in the context of specific diseases.The topic will be taught with Team Based Learning (TBL), an interactive, small group method of self-directed teaching and learning which is utilised in numerous universities and medical schools, including Flinders University Doctor of Medicine degree.
The aim of this topic is to provide students with an introduction to genetics in the human context with an emphasis on molecular genetics and an intrioduction to the molecular methods used for diagnosis of human disease.
Expected learning outcomes
On completion of this topic, students will have:
a broad knowledge of human molecular genetics
a detailed understanding of the applications of genetic techniques to human disease
a knowledge of contemporary issues in human genetics
an application of knowledge to problem solving in human genetics
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2019 are no longer published.
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