Molecular Life Sciences Laboratory Rotation

Course

Description

During the first semester of enrollment in the PhD program, all doctoral students are required to undertake two rotations of six weeks each in two different laboratories in the Biology Department. These targeted laboratories will be defined by the department early before the start of the semester. Laboratory rotations will allow students to gain familiarity with the different laboratories and research activities in the department and provide an opportunity for students to learn multiple laboratory techniques. In addition, this course could help students select the research group they will join in order to complete their dissertation research. At the end of each rotation, students will submit a two-page report and present their rotation experience in an oral presentation to the rotation mentor/faculty and other members of the rotation laboratory.  

Course period28/08/23 → …