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Course Code
MATH1001
Course Name
Advanced Mathematics
Credit
4.0 - 4.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2021/2022 Fall Winter
张宇
2020/2021 Fall Winter
黄雯雯
2019/2020 Fall Winter
Bocharov, Sergey
2018/2019 Fall Winter
Bocharov, Sergey
2017/2018 Spring Summer
Bocharov, Sergey
Introduction
Advanced Mathematics is a fundamental university-level mathematics course. You will learn the skills and techniques to solve the mathematical problems in biology and medicine. The course consists of two parts: Calculus, and Probability and Statistics.Part I - Calculus. Calculus is a branch of mathematics that was developed in the latter half of the 17th century. There are two branches of calculus: differential calculus and integral calculus. Differential calculus (derivatives) involves the study of all sorts of rates of change, including the slope of a tangent line.
Course Code
IBMS8010A
Course Name
Applied Biomedical Sciences 2
Credit
0.0 - 0.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2021/2022 Fall Winter
Marilyn,Holguin M, Ryan,Flanagan, Maclean,John, Hays,Mary
2020/2021 Fall Winter
Driesche, Sander van den
2019/2020 Fall Winter
Murray, Joanne Fiona
2018/2019 Fall Winter
Murray, Joanne Fiona
2017/2018 Fall Winter
Murray, Joanne Fiona
Introduction
The overarching aim of Applied Biomedical Sciences 2 (ABMS2) is to develop your understanding and skills as practicing biomedical scientists. It will consist of four streams of activity: data analysis; pharmacology; pathology; and practicals. Through practical classes you will learn about the theory and practice of techniques commonly used by biomedical scientists in both basic and applied biomedical science research. The practical classes will be designed to use and complement the content being contemporaneously delivered in other courses.
Course Code
IBMS8010B
Course Name
Applied Biomedical Sciences 2
Credit
5.0 - 5.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2021/2022 Fall Winter
Romano,Nico, Young,Robert
2019/2020 Spring Summer
Murray, Joanne Fiona
2018/2019 Spring Summer
Murray, Joanne Fiona
2018/2019 Fall Winter
周怡然
2017/2018 Spring Summer
Murray, Joanne Fiona
Introduction
The overarching aim of Applied Biomedical Sciences 2 (ABMS2) is to develop your understanding and skills as practicing biomedical scientists. It will consist of four streams of activity: data analysis; pharmacology; pathology; and practicals. Through practical classes you will learn about the theory and practice of techniques commonly used by biomedical scientists in both basic and applied biomedical science research. The practical classes will be designed to use and complement the content being contemporaneously delivered in other courses.
Course Code
IBMS8006
Course Name
Biomedical Genetics 2
Credit
5.0 - 5.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2021/2022 Fall Winter
Dokuchaev,Nikolai
2020/2021 Fall Winter
陈迪, 戈万忠, 李晨, 杨小杭
2019/2020 Fall Winter
仓晓慧, 戈万忠, 席咏梅, 杨小杭
2018/2019 Fall Winter
戈万忠, 杨小杭, 周怡然
2017/2018 Fall Winter
徐素宏, 杨小杭
Introduction
Biomedical Genetics 2 aims to investigate the basis of modern human molecular genetics. The course focuses on the development of knowledge and understanding of the organisation of the human genome, and the regulation and function of gene expression. Concepts will be introduced in lectures through evaluation of experimental approaches and genomic technologies used in the analysis of the structure and expression of genes, including in model organisms.
Course Code
IBMS8012
Course Name
Biomedical Horizons
Credit
5.0 - 5.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2019/2020 Spring Summer
Jones, Joshua, Majeokudunmi, Ayo
Introduction
Global Challenges (GC) / Biomedical Horizons (BH) is an interdisciplinary course that draws on expertise from across the University of Edinburgh, Zhejiang University and the new international research institute in Haining to explore how biomedical science can be used to address some of the challenges facing the world. Central to the course are a series of guest lectures that will draw on ‘hot topics’ in biomedicine and their wider relevance.
Course Code
IBMS10010
Course Name
Biomedical Image Analysis 4
Credit
5.0 - 5.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2021/2022 Fall Winter
Romano,Nico, Young,Robert
Introduction
生物医学图像分析4
Course Code
IBMS10011
Course Name
Brain, Cognition and Artificial Intelligence 4
Credit
5.0 - 5.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2021/2022 Fall Winter
Luksys,Gedi
Introduction
大脑,认知与人工智能4
Course Code
IBMS8008A
Course Name
Building an Organism 2
Credit
0.0 - 0.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2021/2022 Fall Winter
Thomas,Honold
2020/2021 Fall Winter
徐素宏
2019/2020 Fall Winter
Driesche, Sander van den, 徐素宏
2018/2019 Fall Winter
Driesche, Sander van den, 徐素宏
2017/2018 Fall Winter
Daw, Michael Ian, 徐素宏
Introduction
Building an Organism 2 provides an introduction to developmental biology. There will be 3 major themes: principles of animal development, the molecular and genetics processes underlying those principles and investigation of how these processes come together to form the varied components of animal bodies. This final theme will also be explored in the context of developmental disorders.
Course Code
IBMS8008B
Course Name
Building an Organism 2
Credit
5.0 - 5.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2021/2022 Fall Winter
Luksys,Gedi
2019/2020 Spring Summer
Driesche, Sander van den, 徐素宏
2018/2019 Spring Summer
Driesche, Sander van den, 徐素宏
2018/2019 Fall Winter
周怡然
2017/2018 Spring Summer
Daw, Michael Ian, 徐素宏
Introduction
Building an Organism 2 provides an introduction to developmental biology. There will be 3 major themes: principles of animal development, the molecular and genetics processes underlying those principles and investigation of how these processes come together to form the varied components of animal bodies. This final theme will also be explored in the context of developmental disorders.
Course Code
IBMS10004
Course Name
Cancer Biology 4
Credit
5.0 - 5.0
Instructors
Parent ID Semester (field_semester) - Any -2016/2017 Fall Winter2016/2017 Spring Summer2017/2018 Fall Winter2017/2018 Spring Summer2018/2019 Fall Winter2018/2019 Spring Summer2019/2020 Fall Winter2019/2020 Spring Summer2020/2021 Fall Winter2020/2021 Spring Summer2021/2022 Fall Winter2021/2022 Spring Summer2022/2023 Fall Winter2022/2023 Spring Summer
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2021/2022 Fall Winter
Mikki,Said
Introduction
Cancer Biology 4