BB3160 Current Trends in Proteomics I 4.0 credits
Aktuellt inom proteomik I
Educational levelThird cycle
Academic level (A-D)D
At present this course is not scheduled to be offered.
The participants should gain experience in presenting their own research and presenting research literature. It is also emphazised that the students take part in discussions on other students research and literature. The overall aim is that the participants should obtain an increased awareness of the current trends within the proteomics field.
Postgraduate students (and post-docs as well as research engineers) of biotechnology. The seminars will be focused on topics related to proteomic research at SciLifeLab. Applicants active at or associated with SciLifeLab, will be prioritized if there are too many applicants.
Peter Nilsson (email@example.com)
Course main content
Weekly presentations on current trends in proteomics from (a) own projects conducted by the student and from (b) projects published in recent literature articles, followed by discussions. Published articles should be sent out in advance to all course participants, to promote intake of information and stimulate discussions.
The course will be held on a weekly basis with two 20 min presentations per session.
Current publications in the field of proteomics
Requirements for final grade
To receive course credits, two requirements should be fulfilled:
(1) Active participation in 80 % of the sessions during one year (ca. 40 occasions per one calendar year).
(2) At least 4 presentations should be held during one year.
Jochen Schwenk, firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Nilsson <email@example.com>
How to apply and last day of application:
Students can join anytime throughout the year.
A non-disclosure agreement may be necessary to sign, since some data/results presented may be subject of future patent protection, and should therefore not be made public in advance of such actions.
Number of students:
24-35 (bra med ett tak så att man kan säga nej om det blir alldeles för ohanterbart)
Course plan valid from: Autumn 11.