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BIOM30002 Modules 4,5&6 Summary + Revision Checklist (Grade: H1 90+)

Written by Cindy

These notes provide a comprehensive breakdown of diseases covered in the final three modules of this...

84 pages, 37498 words

BIOM30002 Modules 1,2&3 Summary + Revision Checklist (Grade: H1 90+)

Written by Cindy

These notes provide a breakdown of diseases covered in the first three modules of this subject. Read...

83 pages, 38502 words

M2M H1 Cystic Fibrosis Notes

Written by Isabella

These summary notes are incredibly detailed and comprehensive, they cover all lectures in depth clea...

23 pages, 6544 words

H1 (91) Notes for BIOM30002: Molecule to Malady

Written by Ryan

For a really interesting and engaging subject you need up to date, easy to read and aesthetically pl...

83 pages, 29434 words

Molecule to Malady Complete Comprehensive Notes (All 6 modules)

Written by Quratulann

These notes cover all 6 modules thoroughly and contain everything you need to know, including clinic...

62 pages, 22735 words

M2M BIOM30002 Summary Note for All Modules

Written by Estella

Hello, my summary note covers all the topics of M2M which are: - B Cell - Rheumatoid Arthritis -...

71 pages, 17741 words

Molecule to Malady H1 Notes

Written by Daniel

All the lectures from the following modules plus any additional reading I performed: - HIV - Mal...

136 pages, 44676 words

Biomedicine: Molecule to Malady

Written by Y

The notes do NOT contain module 1 - HIV & malaria parts >> but I do offer a range of immune subjects...

145 pages, 35208 words

BIOM30002 HIV & Malaria and Cystic Fibrosis (2 Modules) Full Notes (H1- 92)

Written by N

These detailed and comprehensive notes cover the lectures in the 2 modules: HIV & Malaria (Topics: I...

127 pages, 37387 words

M2M H1 Neurodegeneration Notes

Written by Isabella

These summary notes are incredibly detailed and comprehensive, they cover all lectures in depth clea...

25 pages, 6886 words

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Reviews

catchy name, where you learn a few diseases in depth. I liked some modules over the others. Really depends on the lectuere/guest speakers you get

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

One of the best core subjects! Highly coordinated, organised, and structured. Content delivered by topic-specific expert lecturers/professionals. The subject, incorporated patient interviews, which provided with a more integrative and holistic learning experience. The assessments were also quite fair!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Worst subject ever. Everything in class is focusing on what the MD pursusing people want to know, and no emphasis on the basics. I doubt anyone who wants to do research would enjoy this subject. Also the coordinator is always showing off on how she gets more out of the lecture than the students do. WTF.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

This is definitely the best core subject I have done. The modules are incredibly interesting and taught very well, the course is organised well and structured clearly. The assessments were fair and you were able to score well if you put the effort in.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

By far the best core subject I have done. The modules itself were so interesting and were taught by lecturers who were incredibly passionate about their fields. The content in the modules was taught holistically so everything pieced together nicely. If you attend all lectures and take an interest in the content, the assessments are not that hard at all.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Probably the best core subject i have done. Helen had put a lot of time and effort to make the assessments fair and for everyone to perform well. Lecturers were experts in their field and really knew what they were talking about.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

Great subject. It has patient interviews which make it very interesting and makes the content easier to learn.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014