Cell and Molecular Bioscience
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This subject is taught by the School of Biological Sciences.
Science is at the heart of a knowledge-based economy, and in the new century bioscience is leading the way in innovation, enterprise and expansion. At Victoria, Cell and Molecular Bioscience is offered as a major within the Bachelor of Science (BSc) and subject concentrates on five areas:
- biochemistry and molecular biology: science of living organisms at the molecular level
- cell biology: structure and function of cells in animals, plants, and bacteria
- chemical genetics: discovery, synthesis and use of small compounds coupled with genetic interation analysis in high throughput screens to understand cell networks
- genetics: the structure, function, and regulation of genetic material
- physiology and pharmacology: the integrated function of human organ systems and the effect of drugs.
One of the most in-demand and exciting areas in modern science, Cell and Molecular Bioscience is a truly relevant area of study for economies like New Zealand.
Cell and Molecular Bioscience major requirements
- BIOL 111, 113, 114, CHEM 114
- BIOL 241, 243, 244, 252
- BIOL 340, BMSC 339; one course from BMSC 334, 335, 343, 354, BTEC 301
Information about postgraduate study in Cell and Molecular Bioscience can be found on the School of Biological Sciences website.
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Biological Sciences courses are taught within the School of Biological Sciences. The School office is located on Level 5, New Kirk Building, Kelburn campus.
Associate Professor Paul Teesdale-Spittle
Programme Director Cell and Molecular Bioscience
Phone: 04 463 6094
Phone: 04 463 5339