Fourth course: Frontiers in Translational Medicine (Part-2)

Project The second aspect of this course was the group project. The aim of this project was to get hands on experience in various techniques that we learned during the course and to experience life of a researcher. The project was performed in groups of 6 students. Each group was assigned a technique based on … Continue reading “Fourth course: Frontiers in Translational Medicine (Part-2)”

Fourth course: Fromtiers in Translational Medicine (Part-1)

The final course at Karolinska is Frontiers in Translational Medicine or FTM. This course is of 16.5 credits and thus the longest course. The course has two main aspects: 1) The theory lectures and facility visits 2) Project Today I will be talking about the theory lectures and facility visits. The course is designed to … Continue reading “Fourth course: Fromtiers in Translational Medicine (Part-1)”

Third course: Applied Programming for Life Sciences

The third course at Karolinska Institute is the Programming course. As the programme of MTLS is heavy in computational biology, this course is of utmost importance. The course focuses on python programming. It is a short course of 1.5 credits on the basics of programming and gives an insight on how the same can be … Continue reading “Third course: Applied Programming for Life Sciences”

Application Check List

With the deadlines approaching for the application, I would like to inform you about the application requirements and provide with checklist for last minute reference. The application for the master’s programme in Molecular Techniques in Life Sciences can be done through KTH Royal Institute of Technology, as it is the host Institute for our joint … Continue reading “Application Check List”

Second Course: Applied Communication

The course of applied communication is one of the best courses at KI. It is a course that focuses on the development of individual’s ability to communicate scientific knowledge. It can be often observed that a groundbreaking research when poorly presented makes it unappealing to the audience. Thus, presenting one’s research in an engaging way … Continue reading “Second Course: Applied Communication”