FiBS I : Foundations in Biomedical Sciences
Foundations in Biomedical Sciences or “FiBS I” is an integrated 1st year PhD curriculum for many participating doctoral programs/departments including:
- Genetics and Genomics
- Immunology Training Program
- Nutrition and Metabolism
- Molecular Medicine
- Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
The full-year integrated curriculum allows basic knowledge from many core disciplines to be presented. Modules 1-4 are required for most participating programs while several courses are available as electives during module 5.
|FC 701||Protein structure, catalysis & interaction (Fall course)||1|
|FC 702||Structure and Function of the Genome (Fall course)||2|
|FC 703||Architecture & Dynamics of the Cell (Fall course)||3|
|FC 704||Mechanisms of Cell Communication||4|
|FC 705||Translational Genetics and Genomics||5g|
|FC 706||Molecular Metabolism||5m|
|FC 707||Physiology of Specialized Cells||5p|
|FC 708||Professional Development Skills|
|FC 762||Critical Thinking in Biomedical Research|
|FC 764||Professional Presentation Skills|
FIBS courses have irregular start and stop times so please visit the current course offerings page or student link for start dates and times.
For more information please see FiBS I Roles and Responsibilities.