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Compulsory courses Concept courses 551-0326-00 Cell Biology 6
Elective compulsory courses Concept courses (choose one) 551-0319-00 Cellular Biochemistry (Part I) 551-0320-00 Cellular Biochemistry (Part II) 6 551-0309-00 Concepts in Modern Genetics 6 551-0317-00 Immunology I 551-0318-00 Immunology II 6 551-1299-00 Introduction to Bioinformatics 6 376-0209-00 Molecular Disease Mechanisms 6 376-1305-10 Neurobiology 6 551-0324-00 Systems Biology 6
Master courses Autumn semester
551-1303-00 Cellular Biochemistry of Health and Disease 4 551-1423-00 Current Topics in Metabolism and Disease 2 551-0512-00 Current Topics in Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology 2 551-1117-00 Cutting Edge Topics: Immunology and Infection Biology 2 529-0733-01 Enzymes 6 551-0571-00 From DNA to Diversity 2 551-1105-00 Glycobiology 4 551-1171-00 Immunology: from Milestones to Current Topics 4 551-1103-00 Microbial Biochemistry 4 551-1407-00 RNA Biology Lecture Series I: Transcription & Processing & Translation 4 551-1409-00 RNA Biology Lecture Series II: Non-coding RNAs: Biology and Therapeutics 4 551-1153-00 Systems Biology of Metabolism 4
551-1310-00 A Problem-Based Approach to Cellular Biochemistry 6 551-0224-00 Advanced Proteomics 4 376-1306-00 Clinical Neuroscience 3 551-1618-00 Correlative Structural Biology with a Main Focus on Electron Microscopy 4 551-0338-00 Current Approaches in Single Cell Analysis 2 551-1118-00 Cutting Edge Topics: Immunology and Infection Biology II 2 551-0140-00 Epigenetics 4 551-1100-00 Infectious Agents: From Molecular Biology to Disease 4 701-1708-00 Infectious Disease Dynamics 2 551-1700-00 Introduction to Flow Cytometry 2
The Master programme in Cell Biology focuses on understanding fundamental life processes in higher organisms, from cell growth, cell differentiation and cell-cell communication to hormonal, inflammatory and neuronal signaling. These processes are studied in the context of cells, individual tissues and complex organisms, thereby expanding the horizons of cell biology to molecular physiology. Emphasis is also put on understanding the function of biological macromolecules and interaction net- works associated with diseases such as cancer, diabetes and brain disorders. The experimental and conceptual approaches include modern cell biological, (bio)chemi- cal and genetic methods combined with modern molecular imaging techniques, and morphological and physiological technologies.
The successful completion of the Master programme in Cell Biology prepares the student for a professional career in scientific research areas concerned with biologi- cal questions on the cellular and organismal level. It provides a solid scientific back- ground for further academic studies towards a PhD followed by postdoctoral training, but also provides the Master graduates with a scientific profile desired for competiti- ve positions in the biomedical and pharmaceutical industry, clinical research labora- tories, and health organizations.
Dr. Ruth Henneberger ETH Zurich, Hönggerberg Campus HPL G 32.2 8093 Zurich
Tel.: +41 44 633 31 97 [email protected]
551-1412-00 Molecular and Structural Biology IV: Visualizing Macromolecules by X-Ray Cristallography and EM 4 551-1414-00 Molecular and Structural Biology V: Studying Macromolecules by NMR and EPR 4 551-1404-00 RNA and Proteins: Post-Transcriptional Regulation of Gene Expression 3 551-1126-00 Technologies in Molecular Microbiology 4
Elective courses (free choice) Master courses According to agreement with study advisor
Elective courses in Humanities, Social or Political Sciences (min. 2 CP)
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