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This module will look at a series of recent advances in our molecular understanding of cancer, with a combination of lectures and workshop-style discussions workshop module. Lectures start at the beginning of the Michaelmas Term and continue throughout the Lent term.

Part III students are invited to the Departmental Research Day in January, when academic staff present an overview of their research to other members of the department.

The first half of this module is a common stem biochemishry cell biology, whose theme is the dynamics of proteins and membrane- bound organelles in eukaryotic cells. Branch 2 – Molecular Microbiology of Infectious Disease The molecular microbiology option explores prokaryotes as agents of disease and as source of antibiotics. About research at Cambridge.

There are no lectures or research work during the Easter Term, i. Members of the Part II class are expected to attend the Departmental Seminars and are strongly encouraged to take part in the discussion. Students are expected to arrange specialist supervisions with lecturers on topics that particularly interest them.

These are an important part of the course.

Part II Biochemistry — Department of Biochemistry

The projects will be carried out under the supervision of a member of the teaching staff or senior research staff. Contact us Postal Address: We may bbiochemistry cookies to record some preference settings and to analyse how you use our web site. Each student will have a total bilchemistry 20 minutes including 5 minutes for questions. Students bicohemistry for such posts themselves, but members of staff will be pleased to advise.


We may use cookies to record some preference settings and biochemitry analyse how you use our web site. It is important that students commence the Project write-up before the end of the Lent Term. Privacy and cookie policies. These are usually conducted in small groups students; larger ones may be appropriate in some situations. With this in mind, the lecturers are asked to give an indication of their contents, and annotate the list to indicate which references they regard as the more important; they and everybody else in the Department are aware that the literature of Biochemistry is so large that nobody can effectively cover the whole subject.

Contexts will include circadian and cardiac rhythm disturbance, neuronal biochemustry, obesity, and thrombotic disease 6 x 2 hour lecture moduleor Contemporary Cancer Studies: Throughout the project it is vital that students achieve a reasonable balance between project work and other aspects of the course.

Groups of students will research and make presentations to the class as a whole on various aspects of the paper being considered.

About research at Cambridge.

Project Symposia There is a symposium at the start of Lent term when Part III students report on the progress of their research projects. Part II and Part III students are organised into mixed groups students and staff biochemistdy from the same college will be grouped together. Members of the class are not necessarily expected to read all the papers included in these lists.


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Part II students will benefit from participating in this exercise. These cookies and any others in use are detailed in our site privacy and cookie policies and are integral to our web site. Lectures Lectures start at the beginning of the Michaelmas Term and continue throughout the Lent term.

An information sheet of past projects is included in the Course brochure. Structural and Chemical Biology This module will discuss orab modern techniques of structural and chemical biology are being used to solve biological problems. Staff attach considerable importance to student views and several modifications to the course have originated as student suggestions.

This biochemiztry will examine all steps in eukaryotic gene expression from chromatin orabh through to translation and mRNA turnover. Lectures In Michaelmas Term, choose either: The themes of this module draw on most modern biological techniques and impinge on core cell and molecular biology topics of signaling, DNA biichemistry and apoptosis among others. Members of the class are not necessarily expected to read all the papers included in these lists.

We may also use external analysis systems which may set additional cookies to perform their analysis. Papers may be historic, such as the proposal of the lac operon, or more recent, such as advances in stem cell technology. You are welcome to attend the Part II Methods and Skills lectures as a refresher which may also be of interest to those joining us from other Part II subjects.