Medical Life Sciences - M - Immunology

 

General information

Course name Immunology
Course type Lecture
Course code MF-Immunology
Course coordinator Janßen
Faculty Medical Faculty
Examination office Medical Life Sciences/Agricultural Faculty
Short summary This is a lecture from the Master’s programme Medical Life Sciences, which covers the basics of immunology. See http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/module/module-descriptions-curriculum/module-descriptions/view
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 1
Evaluation Oral MC exam after 2nd term (winter term)
Frequency Summer term only 90 minutes/week during lecture period (early April – mid-July)
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B2
Further information on the teaching language For all Medical Life Sciences courses, the minimum requirement for English language skills is B2 of the European Reference Framework.
   

Information about requirements

Requirements Medical Life Sciences is a Master’s programme with a two-stage ability assessment with 25 places/year. Interviews will be conducted with interested ERASMUS students.
For requirements, see: http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/medical-life-sciences/required-knowledge and http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/medical-life-sciences/students-profile
   

Information about course content, reading list and additional information

Course content Basics of immunology, evolution of the immune system; innate and adaptive immunity; antigen presentation and dendritic cells; T-cell and their subpopulations; B-cells and antibodies; allergy, autoimmunity, immunology of infection, tumour immunology, immune deficiencies, tolerance and transplantation immunology, immunology of the skin, immunodiagnostics, tissue typing. See http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/module/module-descriptions-curriculum/module-descriptions/view
Reading list See modul description.
Additional information Information on Master’s programme Medical Life Sciences: www.medlife.uni-kiel.de

 

Medical Life Sciences - M - Molecular Biology

 

General information

Course name Molecular biology
Course type Lecture + tutorial
Course code MF-MolBio
Course coordinator Nebel
Faculty Medical Faculty
Examination office Medical Life Sciences/Agricultural Faculty
Short summary This is a lecture from the Master’s programme Medical Life Sciences, which covers th basics of molecular biology.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 2 + 1
Evaluation Written exam , regular tutorial participation mandatory
Frequency Summer term only 135 minutes/week during lecture period (early April – mid-July)
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B2
Further information on the teaching language For all Medical Life Sciences courses, the minimum requirement for English language skills is B2 of the European Reference Framework.
   

Information about requirements

Requirements Medical Life Sciences is a Master’s programme with a two-stage ability assessment with 25 places/year. Interviews will be conducted with interested ERASMUS students.
For requirements, see http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/medical-life-sciences/required-knowledge and http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/medical-life-sciences/students-profile.
   

Information about course content, reading list and additional information

Course content Basics of molecular biology and genomics (DNA/RNA), proteomics, cell biology; lab safety, basic lab techniques (weighing, measuring, pipetting, error analysis, titration, photometric measurements); SDS-PAGE proteins, Western Blotting; protein identification, enzyme kinetics, phosphorylation, mass spectrometry analytics, plasmid DNA: preparation, processing, agarose gel electrophoresis; cell cultures (laminar flow, cell splitting, cell proliferation, cell viability assays, apoptosis, FACS, ELISA, biological barriers; contamination, transient transfections, transfection analysis,  cell stimulation); DNA extraction, PCR, Sanger sequencing, sequence analysis, polymorphism detection; RNA extraction, RT- PCR; immunofluorescence staining, live cell imaging, FACS. See http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/module/module-descriptions-curriculum/module-descriptions/view
Reading list See modul description.
Additional information Information on Master’s programme Medical Life Sciences: www.medlife.uni-kiel.de

 

Medical Life Sciences - M - Molecular immunology

 

General information

Course name Molecular immunology
Course type Lecture
Course code MF-Immunology
Course coordinator Janßen
Faculty Medical Faculty
Examination office Medical Life Sciences/Agricultural Faculty
Short summary This is a lecture from the Master’s programme Medical Life Sciences, which covers various aspects of molecular immunology.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 1
Evaluation Oral MC exam for Immunology+Molecular immunology
Frequency Winter term only 90 minutes/week during lecture period (late October – early February)
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B2
Further information on the teaching language For all Medical Life Sciences courses, the minimum requirement for English language skills is B2 of the European Reference Framework.
   

Information about requirements

Requirements Only for students who attended lecture Immunology (summer term). Medical Life Sciences is a Master’s programme with a two-stage ability assessment with 25 places/year. Interviews will be conducted with interested ERASMUS students.
For requirements, see http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/medical-life-sciences/required-knowledge and http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/medical-life-sciences/students-profile.
   

Information about course content, reading list and additional information

Course content Receptor evolution in the innate/adaptive immune system; animal models in immunology; specificity of the immune system: T-cell and B-cell receptors; immune response regulation by cytokines and growth factors; cell growth and apoptosis; compartmentalisation of pathways; techniques in cellular and molecular immunology. See http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/module/module-descriptions-curriculum/module-descriptions/view
Reading list See modul description.
Additional information Information on Master’s programme Medical Life Sciences: www.medlife.uni-kiel.de

 

Medical Life Sciences - M - Medical Statistics

 

General information

Course name Medical statistics
Course type Lecture + Tutorial
Course code MF-MethoWiss
Course coordinator Krawczak
Faculty Medical Faculty
Examination office Medical Life Sciences/Agricultural Faculty
Short summary This is a lecture from the Master’s programme Medical Life Sciences, which covers the basics of statistics with regard to their application in medicine.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 2 + 1
Evaluation Written MC exam, regular attendance tutorial mandatory
Frequency Summer term only 135 minutes/week during lecture period (early April – mid-July)
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B2
Further information on the teaching language For all Medical Life Sciences courses, the minimum requirement for English language skills is B2 of the European Reference Framework.
   

Information about requirements

Requirements Medical Life Sciences is a Master’s programme with a two-stage ability assessment with 25 places/year. Interviews will be conducted with interested ERASMUS students.
For requirements, see http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/medical-life-sciences/required-knowledge and http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/medical-life-sciences/students-profile.
   

Information about course content, reading list and additional information

Course content Basics of statistics with regard to their application in medicine: GCP, descriptive statistics, probability theory, estimation theory, epidemiology, diagnostic testing, statistical testing, regression and correlation, statistical models. See http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/module/module-descriptions-curriculum/module-descriptions/view
Reading list See modul description.
Additional information Information on Master’s programme Medical Life Sciences: www.medlife.uni-kiel.de

 

Medical Life Sciences - M - Clinical manifestations of diseases

 

General information

Course name Clinical manifestations of diseases
Course type Lecture
Course code MF-IntroMed
Course coordinator Hütten
Faculty Medical Faculty
Examination office Medical Life Sciences/Agricultural Faculty
Short summary This is a lecture from the Master’s programme Medical Life Sciences. This lecture deals with important fields of medicine and typical disease manifestations, basic medical terminology, theoretical introduction to clinical problems.
   

Information about study level

Study level Master
Also possible for  
   

Information about credit points, evaluation and frequency

ECTS 2
Evaluation Written exam
Frequency Summer term only 90 minutes/week during lecture period (early April – mid-July)
   

Information about teaching language

Teaching language English
Minimum language requirement B2
Further information on the teaching language For all Medical Life Sciences courses, the minimum requirement for English language skills is B2 of the European Reference Framework.
   

Information about requirements

Requirements Medical Life Sciences is a Master’s programme with a two-stage ability assessment with 25 places/year. Interviews will be conducted with interested ERASMUS students.
For requirements, see http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/medical-life-sciences/required-knowledge and http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/medical-life-sciences/students-profile.
   

Information about course content, reading list and additional information

Course content Important fields of medicine and typical disease manifestations, basic medical terminology, theoretical introduction to clinical problems (e.g. allergies, anatomy and physiology of the kidneys/ kidney diseases, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, MS, epilepsy, physiology of the skin, skin diseases, cardiovascular system; pain management).See http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/module/module-descriptions-curriculum/module-descriptions/view
Reading list See http://www.medlife.uni-kiel.de/module/module-descriptions-curriculum/module-descriptions/view
Additional information Information on Master’s programme Medical Life Sciences: www.medlife.uni-kiel.de

 

Begleitseminar Europa macht Schule

 

Allgemeine Information

Kursname  Begleitseminar Europa macht Schule
Kurstyp  Seminar
Kurscode  200248
Kursverantwortlicher  Frau Melanie Korn, Herr Danny Drefahl
Fakultät  Philosophische Fakultät
Prüfungsamt  Gemeinsames Prüfungsamt
Kurzzusammenfassung Im „Europa macht Schule“-Begleitseminar bekommen Erasmus-Studierende die nötige Vorbereitung, um ihr Projekt im Rahmen von „Europa macht Schule“ erfolgreich durchführen zu können. Es werden Grundlagen der Didaktik, Methodik, sowie der Projektplanung vermittelt. Im Zuge dessen werden die verschiedenen Schulsysteme in Europa herangezogen und kritisch hinterfragt.
   

Information über das Studienniveau

Studienniveau  BA,MA
Möglich auch für  -
   

Informationen über Leistungspunkte, Bewertung und Angebotshäufigkeit

ECTS  2,5
Bewertung  Portfolio
Angebotshäufigkeit  Semesterweise
   

Information über die Lehrsprache

Lehrsprache  Deutsch (+ Englisch)
Mindestanforderung  Keine
Näheres zur Lehrsprache  -
   

Information über die Zugangsvoraussetzungen

Empfohlene Zugangsvoraussetzungen  Deutschkenntnisse wünschenswert
   

Informationen über Lehrinhalte, Literatur und weitere Angaben

Lehrinhalte  Grundlagen der Didaktik, Methodik, Projektplanung etc.
Literatur  -
Weitere Angaben  Obligatorisch ist die Teilnahme am Programm „Europa macht Schule“ www.europamachtschule.de