Course overview

Overview of the curriculum for each program in the Department of Biomedical Sciencesis provided below.

Inter-Program Core Courses
Introduction to Biomedical Sciences
Inter-Program Core Courses
Students acquire the basic skills necessary for
biomedical research includingbasic research methods,
statistics, research ethics, intellectual property rights,
academic writing, and applied bioinformatics.
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Course Code Course Description Credits Instructor
BMED
-502

Molecular and Cellular Biology

This course introduces the basic knowledge required for biomedical research at the molecular and cellular level.Students learn about how the biological phenomena of a cell are sustained and regulated by the functions of genes,the regulation of their expression, protein synthesis and degradation, the structure and function of the cell,and the molecular functions of organelles. Students also learn about the pathophysiology of various diseases arising from abnormalities at the molecular and cellular level.

English View

The purpose of this course is to study of the biological functions at the molecular and subcellular level related to the normal and disease states according to the correlation with the subcellular structure and function. This course can help to understand the fundamental knowledge related to biomedical science.

3 Seonghyang Sohn
BMED
-504

Analysis and utilization of biomedical data

This course aims to enhance the research performance of students by teaching them how to analyze and use biomedical data. Students learn about the principles and methods essential for conducting biomedical experiments and writing manuscripts including basic statistics, literature reviews, research ethics, bioethics, and academic writing. Students also learn about presentation techniques and use of intellectual property rights.

English View

This course provides the foundation for analysis and management of experimental data from the fields of biomedical sciences to promote research competency and personal development. This is made up of two parts, statistics and essential skills. Lectures in the statistics part are for use of statistical techniques to enable valid analysis and interpretations of experimental results. The part of essential skills includes how to carry out a literature search from PubMed, citation and referencing using EndNote software, scientific writing, efficient presentation, and intellectual property rights management.

3 Sang Yoon Lee,
You Sun Kim
BMED
-501

Introduction to biomedical science research

This course teaches basic research methodology and principles that first-year graduates in biomedical sciences who plan to write theses based on experiments are required to master. Students learn about experimental techniques including the preparation of various reagents and buffer solutions, protein and nucleic acid experiments, cell culture, animal tests,and tissue staining.

English View

Introduce theoretical background for basic research experiments. For example, about reagents, equipments, cell culture, protein research, nucleic acid research, animal study, and histology.

3 Yup Kang,
Jaerak Chang
BMED
-503

Bioinformatics

Students learn about the basic algorithmsthat are applied to analyses of biological data including sequencing data, and practice basic skills for bioinformatics analysis.

English View

3 Hyun Goo Woo
아주대학교      Contact : Department Biomed Sciences Tel : +82-31-219-4527, 5021 E-mail : gradausom@ajou.ac.kr