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This is the study programme for 2019/2020. It is subject to change.


The course gives phd-students an opportunity to gain a deeper insight and knowledge of the research areas of the department and their own field of research.

Learning outcome

  • Good knowledge of the Department's research within areas as molecular biology, bio medicine, microbiology, plant physiology, bio informatics and proteomic; in addition to the major work techniques related to the areas.
  • Detailed knowledge of structure and function of the cell and cell components, including enzymatic processes, transport-, regulation-, defense- and repair- mechanisms.
  • Be able to present results from own and others research in front of an audience.

Contents

Researchers present different topics from their research. Topics covered are: DNA repair, advanced enzyme chemistry/kinetics, signal transduction mechanisms, post-translational regulation mechanisms, chloroplast development, biological rhythms and adaptation mechanisms/homeostasis. Dependent on the candidates' planned PhD work other subjects may also be relevant.

Required prerequisite knowledge

Master in Biological Chemistry or equivalent.

Exam

Weight Duration Marks Aid
Oral Examination1/1 Pass - FailNone permitted

Coursework requirements

2 presentations

Course teacher(s)

Course coordinator
Hanne Røland Hagland
Head of Department
Gro Johnsen

Method of work

Lectures and presentation of own work/study.

Open to

Students who have been granted admission to the PhD-programin Chemistry and Biological Sciences.

Course assessment

Usually by forms and/or discussion according to university regulations.

Literature

Central publications within molecular biology, bio medicine, plant physiology, bio informatics and proteomic. Depth articles with detailed focus within the candidate's and the research group's research field, with focus on instrumental work techniques, structure, function and regulation of organelles and macro molecules.


This is the study programme for 2019/2020. It is subject to change.

Sist oppdatert: 12.12.2019