HKUMedUG2023-Full ebook

Biomedical Sciences Major Courses* The introductory courses consolidate students’ knowledge of anatomy, human biology, human physiology, biochemistry and pharmacology, which are all necessary to understand the basis of human biology and processes that are essential to life. • Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology • Perspectives in Biochemistry • Biomedical Statistics • General Chemistry I/Foundations of Chemistry • Basic Biomedical Laboratory Techniques • Fundamental Biomedical Laboratory Techniques • Human Anatomy • Biomedical Pharmacology • Physiological Basis of Health and Disease • Essential Molecular Biology • Introduction to Clinical Research • Exercise Physiology • Human Genetics • Fundamentals of Clinical Trial Management • Physical and Health Benefits of Exercise • Research Methods in Medicine and Health Sciences Students are required to complete the following introductory courses: Plus any four of the following: Introductory Courses Professor Julian Tanner Associate Director (Teaching & Learning), School of Biomedical Sciences Active learning is a critical part of student learning – learning about DNA structure through building models is a great experience for firstyear students. * Subject to change UNDERGRADUATE PROSPECTUS 2023 04