You are here

Course plan

 

Students are requested to attend 8 mandatory courses in the first 2 years, and 4 additional courses (optional), that can be chosen among those offered by SEMM or by other Schools/Institutions. Below the complete list divided by curricula.

 

MANDATORY COURSES
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

MOLECULAR ONCOLOGY Curriculum:

1st Year 2nd Year
   

Scientific Methodologies

Biochemistry & Mol. Biology Techniques

Statistics 

Imaging

Genomics & Proteomics

Bioinformatics

Cancer Genetics

Scientific Writing

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY Curriculum:

1st Year 2nd Year
   

Scientific Methodologies

Statistics

Programming

Bioinformatics

 

Genomics & Proteomics

Scientific Writing

Network Biology

Statistics II

Mathematical Models

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

MEDICAL HUMANITIES Curriculum:

Common Courses Specific Courses (held every other year)
   

Scientific Methodologies

Scientific Writing

 

 

 

 

 

 

Principles and practice of structural equation modeling

Practical course in systematic reviews and meta-analysis

Qualitative research methodology

Quantitative research methods and methodology

Critical thinking

Communication in medicine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________

HUMAN GENETICS Curriculum:

1st Year 2nd Year
   

Scientific Methodologies

Cell Biology of Genetic Diseases

Systems Biology & Functional Genomics

Molecular Therapy

Practical Course

Complementary Skills

____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

OPTIONAL COURSES (offered by SEMM)

Even Years Odd Years
   

Network Biology

Immunology

Science Communication

Structural Biology

Ethical Issues in Molecular Medicine