Hej Hej! This post has been long overdue but I was out travelling to places and thus the delay! However, here comes the course review on one of my most favourite course in the Biomedicine programme: Biostatistics. General Description: A major part of conducting research is to be able to analyse the data collected and… Read More End of semester 4 course review: Biostatistics
A while ago, I wrote about our course “Applications of Methods in Toxicological Research Part 1”. However, that was not the end! Biostatistics After our alternative methods week, we started with a class that many feared would be difficult: Biostatistics. It was long days from 9AM to 4PM where we learned the basic statistical models… Read More Course review: Applications of Methods in Toxicological Research Part 2
Hello all! Today’s blog is about the toxicology part of the current course for Biomedicine Bachelors in their second year. This course is tied with Pharmacology but I will do a review blog for Pharmacology later on. How was the toxicology course different to other courses? Like all other courses there were lectures and project… Read More Poisons and toxicity- A toxicology course review!
Hello everyone! This post is sort of long overdue considering we have already started the 3rd course of this semester but nevertheless, here is the course review for the 2nd course of semester 4th semester of Biomedicine Bachelor.- Tissue Biology. This is a 5 credit course, right after the Neuroscience held in the Flemingsberg. The… Read More Time for some course review!! Tissue Biology
It’s time for a course review again! In February, we started the course called Applications of Methods in Toxicological Research. The course is divided into different parts but the first month is all about learning methods used in in vitro toxicity testing. During these sessions, every duo is assigned a nanoparticle and we get to… Read More Course review: Applications of Methods in Toxicological Research Part 1
Hello! It is the end of a course and as you know it is time for a course review! Today, I will be talking about the Neuroscience course and what was interesting and what wasn’t. As I had mentioned before lots of my friends were excited for this course as was I! We learned a… Read More It’s course review time! Subject of review- Neuroscience
Today I will review the course Target organ toxicology, which is a 2-month course where we learn the effects of toxic compounds on different organs. The structure of the course has been renewed since last year, so I would like to highlight some new aspects! The course starts with a week of diehard toxicokinetics where… Read More CSI KI: Course review Target Organ Toxicology
Course review- Epidemiological Methods for Outcome Evaluation of Public Health Interventions Happy New Year! This will be my last course review as we are now in the process of writing our thesis. This course is a 10-credit course led by Professor Rosaria Galanti. We had the pleasure of attending lectures, as well as visiting different… Read More Course review- Epidemiological Methods for Outcome Evaluation of Public Health Interventions
As a student of the master’s program in Biomedicine, we are allowed to pick an elective track during the third semester, consisting of mainly PhD courses. Tumor Immunology was offered as a part of two tracks: Immunology and Infection Biology and Tumor Biology. It is one of the most sought after PhD courses at KI,… Read More An intensive week of Tumor Immunology
The end of course 1 in Semester 3 means it’s time for a review! After finishing the exams and successfully passing them (whoop whoop!) I decided to write a blog post giving a review of this course. Why did I decide to review the course? Well for starters after having studied here for 1 year,… Read More Review of Infection and Immunity, course 1 in Semester 3!