Robbins Basic Pathology

Vinay Kumar, Stanley Leonard Robbins

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85% H1 MCB notes 2022 (Topic 1 Biochemistry)

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85% H1 MCB notes 2022 (Topic 2 Genetics)

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85% H1 MCB notes 2022 (Topic 5 Pathology)

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85% H1 MCB notes (Topic 4 Infection and Immunity)

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85% H1 MCB notes 2022 (Topic 3 Cell Biology)

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Arguably the most challenging subject taken by far, BIOM20001 provides a comprehensive curriculum involving integration across biochemistry, genetics, cellular biology & intracellular signalling pathways culminating with an overview of microbiology, immunology & pathology. Lectures were of an exceptional standard. However, make on mistake. As other reviews mentioned, BIOM20001 is a 25 point subject necessitating twice the workload of a standard 12.5 point subject. Studying this subject alongside two chemistry subjects (CHEM20018 & CHEM20026) was difficult & exhausting. Starting off with biochemistry & genetics provided a useful link for both chemistry subjects. However, fatigue & motivation began to drop whilst navigating cellular biology. Just the teaching method was atrocious. Immunology was the main highlight. I really enjoyed this section the most. Odilia is amazing. Microbiology was okay. Pathology was decent but rushed. I was a student representative for this subject & the aforementioned chemistry subjects. (Just a heads up for future cohorts taking this subject- there has been a restructuring of the assessment with reduced emphasis on the final examination from 2024).

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2023

I personally just did not enjoy the topics and there was very poor communication between the staff.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2023

Was definitely challenging but I thought it was organised very well with each topic building on the last and the subject made more and more sense as we went through the topics. Would recommend keeping up to date with the lectures for this subject throughout semester as it is a double point subject and the volume of content can get quite unbearable if you leave all of it to the end. Overall, challenging but learnt a lot, and well taught and organised.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2022

Oof it's a tough subject but one that you can work through. Bear in mind, it's a double-credit subject so you'd expect the workload to be high. I got a high H1, which required me to balance understanding content thoroughly (if you can teach it to someone else, you're about there) and not falling behind. You'll find which topics interest you and also what learning styles because you're exposed to so much. Fight through it and appreciate it while it lasts!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2023

It is a very content dense subject but lot more integrative (unlike BIOL10002/3, which were a bit all over the place)! You could really summarise the whole of MCB to cancer (mechanisms) and immunology (with elements of pathology). The subject was very well coordinated (shoutout to Odilia and Jiangli) and the MSTs atleast for this year were very doable! Part A of the exam (SAQ) was quite difficult but it was balanced by an easier Part B (MCQ + Matching answers). Having said that I cannot stress you enough of the integration between the topics. This yr's exam had a whole question worth 60 marks dedicated to COVID-19 covering aspects of Biochemistry (structure of a potential anti-viral for COVID-19), Genetics, Cell Biology (Trump's infamous Hydroxychloroquine) and Immunology (finding a vaccine). Therefore, if you are willing to put in the effort to create concept maps that integrate various topics, then a H1 is very achievable with some help from scaling! What can I say, MCB is my favourite subject to date (period)!!!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

A content-heavy subject, but highly interesting! This subject covers a wide variety of topics (Biochemistry, Genetics, Cell Biology, Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology) and requires a lot of effort to keep up with content without falling behind, but a H1 is definitely doable if you're willing to put in the effort!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

My FAVOURITE SUBJECT! Is it a challenging subject? YES! Is it extremely interesting? YES! Is it difficult to get a H1? Now, that's completely up to you! I received a H1 for this subject and in my opinion, it wasn't too difficult. My biggest advice would be to summarise lecture content right after so the information is fresh in your mind. I used mind maps, cue cards and most importantly I studied with friends. I found that the content was well-integrated and I never got bored with what we were learning. Definitely worth it in the end if you put in the hard work throughout semester.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

he course is arranged for students to develop an understanding of the molecular aspects of biology at the biomolecular, sub-cellular and cellular level, leading to systems biology at an organismal level. This includes an understanding of the molecular and cellular basis of infections and host cell responses. The subject is multi-disciplinary being co-taught by staff in the departments of Anatomy & Neuroscience, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Genetics, Microbiology & immunology, and Pathology.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

MCB has so far been the subject I found most enjoyable throughout my undergrad. It's very well coordinated, the content is super interesting and it is overall a very rewarding subject. Though it is content heavy and it is by no means an "easy" subject, you'll find that the content flows well, it is manageable and the effort you put into the subject really pays off in the marks.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

A really wonderful subject overall. Although it is content heavy and requires lots of memorization it is also one of the most rewarding subjects. It covers biochemistry, genetics, pathology, immunology and microbiology. It provides great foundation knowledge if you want to pursue a career in medicine, research or other health sciences.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017