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Students presently studying in, or intending to study in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, should contact the following for advice about course planning and other course-related issues:
Research Training Coordinator
Dr Justine Mintern
Phone: +61 3 8344 2976 (42976 if calling from a landline phone here on campus)
Location: Rm 230 Level 02, Bio21 Institute, Parkville
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- Majors administered by Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
A Major consists of 50 points of third year subjects in a defined area. All students enrolled in a BSc or BBiomedicine are required to complete a major. A major may have compulsory (core) subjects and additional subjects chosen from a list of electives. In planning your path to a Major, please pay attention to prerequisites for core and elective subjects. Prerequisities will have to be completed prior to undertaking the major.
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: The handbook entry for this Major can be accessed here.
- Subjects Administered by Biochemistry and Molecular
- BCMB30001: Protein Structure and Function. Semester 2. The handbook entry for this Subject can be accessed here.
- BCMB30002 Functional Genomics and Bioinformatics. Semester 1. The handbook entry for this subject can be accessed here.
- BCMB30010 Advanced Techniques in Molecular Science. Semester 1. The handbook entry for this subject can be accessed here.
- BCMB30003 Molecular Aspects of Cell Biology. Semester 1. The handbook entry for this subject can be accessed here.
- BCMB30004 Cell Signalling and Neurochemistry. Semester 2. The handbook entry for this subject can be accessed here.
- BCMB30011 Metabolism and Nutrition. Semester 1. The handbook entry for this subject can be accessed here.
This project is only open to students enrolled in the MD course. The MD Research Project (MDRP) represent 56.25 pts of work in years 3 and 4 of the MD course. It is a research project that is examined by written report. In year three, you will identify a supervisor, plan the project and obtain the necessary ethics clearance. In year 4, you will spend half the year carrying out the research project and writing it up.
How to apply
Students can make contact with potential supervisors in the department at any time to discuss the possibility of pursuing an MDRP in their lab.
Laboratories in any of the Departments in the School of Biomedical Sciences may offer projects for the MDRP. These will be adapted from existing projects from within the Research Group.
Contact Dr Justin Bilszta for further details:
Phone: +61 3 8344 7826