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Course: 435-Method and Logic in Translational Medicine - LISTER

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Elective Type: Non-Clinical - Foundations
Credit: 1
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This course is intended to illustrate to first year graduate and medical students skills important for the translational biology researcher, through evaluation of two medical cases and translational research related to the cases. Reading material will provide information students need to progress with their evaluation of translational research pertaining to the medical case, as well as provide a context for training in how to read and interpret primary literature. Emphasis will be placed on discerning elegant experimental approaches, what constitutes a well-designed experiment with proper controls and considerations for moving discoveries from pre-clinical to clinical testing.
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