This course will emphasize basic concepts in molecular, cellular and structural biophysics arising from key journal publications and their impact on present day research trends.
This public research seminar is based on presentations by all PhD students in the Biophysics program in yearly intervals after passing the qualifying exam and by all MSc students in their second year of studies. Students are required to attend all seminars presented during the semester in which they are registered for the course.
The development and refinement of the skills of scientific communication, emphasizing oral presentation and writing skills, in the context of developing a literature review or thesis proposal. All Biophysics students will normally take this within 4 semesters of entering the program.
This course provides opportunities for graduate students to study special topics in contemporary biophysical research under the guidance of graduate faculty members with pertinent expertise. Proposed course descriptions are considered by the Director of the Biophysics program on an ad hoc basis, and the course will be offered according to demand.