Integrative biomedical analysis, project studies including practice reflection and bachelor's thesis seminar (ILV)

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Course numberB3.06651.50.620
Course codeintegrBMA
Curriculum2019
Semester of degree program Semester 5
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
SPPW3,5
ECTS credits3,5
Language of instruction German

Continuous scientific and technological progress requires a permanent engagement with innovative methods and procedures as well as new trends and technologies for biomedical analysis on the part of the students. They are able to research current scientific findings in the national and international field, can derive research-relevant questions and objectives, formulate hypotheses and prepare the collected data to answer their questions. They can present their own Bachelor thesis concept and its results comprehensively and understandably; critically reflect on their own research process by constantly reviewing and adapting the requirements of the respective research phase;recognize and articulate problems with respect to the deviation from the research logical structure and, if need be, discuss further possible solutions. They are able to project, edit and evaluate innovative Topics.. They are able to project, edit and evaluate innovative topics. They deal with innovative technologies and topics in the field of biomedical analysis in order to handle future innovative technologies, trends and developments adequately. In addition, students are able to understand biomedical analytics integratively, i.e. understand complex work processes and cope with them even under lifelike conditions.

Modules of semesters 1 - 4

  • Innovative technologies, methods and procedures for biomedical analysis using selected examples (keywords: personalized medicine, biochip technology, nanotechnology, "omics" technologies) possible application scenarios and fields of action, challenges for the future
  • Systematics of automated analysis systems (setup, sample identification, sample processing, etc.); evaluation criteria
  • Integrative biomedical analysis with laboratory course (exercise), project study on selected issues
  • Disciplinary and interdisciplinary case studies / discussions on relevant questions of biomedical analysis in a clinical context
  • Supervision, reflection, documentation and presentation of the internship
  • Critical assessment of study design in terms of credibility, informative value and applicability of individual publications (Journal Club)
  • Framework of the bachelor thesis (subject search, question and objective, formal and content requirements, presentation of the individual research phases, criteria for the presentation of a scientific work, advice in the individual phases, clarification of theoretical, content related, methodological and formal questions, discussion of problems and difficulties in writing the bachelor thesis)

Books, journals and websites according to the current state of knowledge in the respective fields.

Lectures, group discussions / exercises, reflections