Hej Hej! Having just finished our last two modules for Part 2 of the the cell biology and genetics course and here’s the review for it. This means being one step closer to summer break! Obviously that’s after the final final exam but summer is definitely around the corner. The last two modules of the… Read More Molecular Biology and Genetics- Part 2 (Module Review)
Have you ever gone through the process of writing a Master’s Thesis? If you are thinking about applying to one of the KI Global Master’s, or if you are a first year student, you might see it very far… However, time flies! Believe me, you won’t even realize and you’ll be there, sitting in the… Read More Master’s Thesis: an overview from the day of the deadline
Για όσους δεν με γνωρίζετε, ονομάζομαι Χριστίνα και σπουδάζω το Master’s in Biomedicine στο Karolinska Institutet. Κατάγομαι από τη Θεσσαλονίκη και πριν έρθω εδώ σπούδασα στο Βιολογικό ΑΠΘ. Από όσο γνωρίζω, το Ινστιτούτο Καρολίνσκα δεν είχε ξανά Ελληνίδα Digital Ambassador και έτσι αυτή είναι η πρώτη ευκαιρία να συγκεντρωθούν όλες οι πληροφορίες σε ένα πιο… Read More Ο απόλυτος οδηγός στα Ελληνικά για τις σπουδές στο Ινστιτούτο Καρολίνσκα και στη Σουηδία
We are almost there… 2 more weeks and we’ll be graduating from the Master’s! Right before that, I was asked to answer a couple of questions regarding my experience in the programme during the last 2 years: this video is an interview with quick-answer questions that is a good summary from when I started studying at Karolinska Institutet until now,… Read More 12 questions about the Master’s in Biomedicine… before graduating!
Biostatistics has been my favorite course in the Biomedicine Master’s program and here’s four reasons I absolutely loved every bit of the course- 1. Course Leader The course was entirely taught by Paolo Frumento. He managed both the theory and practical classes and all of us had built a good rapport with him. He was… Read More Course review: Biostatistics
Scientific writing has many rules, one could say it is almost like an algorithm. Well, some people did look at it as algorithms and 0-1 codes and came up with tools to aid scientists or generally people in the academia with writing. I will now list a few sites I have found helpful when trying… Read More Lost for words? Here are 15 sites to help you improve and accelerate your scientific writing!
Part 2 of this course, Cell Biology and Genetics, focuses on genetics and molecular biology as mentioned before. This part of the course started just a week before easter break. To simplify things, Part 2 is further divided into: 1. Genetics 2. Molecular biology techniques 3. Bioinformatics 4. Structural techniques From easter until now we… Read More Molecular Biology and Genetics- Part 2 of Cell Biology and Genetics course
I bet you’ve heard of iGEM by now! Yes? No? Or maybe you’re not aware that our own students have grabbed life by the horns by participating? Alrighty, no worries – we have a quick fix for that. Just last month, we published a dancing overview of this grandiouse competition where we lined out how students and… Read More Why should iGEM tickle your fancy? The story behind the world’s greatest synthetic biology competition which transforms our students into peak performers (Part 2 of 2)
Biomedicine is an extremely broad field of science. I can think of atleast 10 subjects you could specialize in as a biomedical researcher! As much as we want to learn about everything under the Sun, there are certain limitations and we must begin to narrow down our scope a bit. The Biomedicine Master’s program is… Read More All you need to know about the Biomedicine master’s program
As mentioned before in this blog, I’ll be writing in detail about each part of this 3 part course and today we finished our Cell biology part of the course. The course ended with a test and part 3 of the course regarding the integrating project began. Focusing on the cell biology, we learned about… Read More Cell Biology: Part 1 of Cell biology and Genetics course