Degree course: 
Corso di First cycle degree in Biomedical Laboratory techniques
Academic year when starting the degree: 
Academic year in which the course will be held: 
Second semester
Standard lectures hours: 

Clinical Biochemistry Methods and Techniques 2
The students should have the basic knowledge of biochemistry principles.

Final Examination: 

Clinical Biochemistry Methods and Techniques 2
Learning the subject of the course Methods and techniques of clinical biochemistry 2 is performed with an oral exam. The oral exam focuses on questions related to the program to define knowledge and understanding skills (30%), ability to apply knowledge and understanding (30%), judgment autonomy (10%), communication skills ( 20%) and learning ability (10%). Two questions will be asked.

Voto Finale

Clinical Biochemistry Methods and Techniques 2
The course aims to provide a knowledge of the main biochemical techniques in clinical diagnostics.

Clinical Biochemistry Methods and Techniques 2
The course will focus on the principles and the applications of the following techniques:
spectroscopy; fluorimetry; centrifugal techniques; enzymology applied to diagnostics; immunochemical techniques.
For all the methods, numerous examples of their clinical application will be performed.

Wilson and Parker
Principles and techniques of biochemistry and molecular biology
Cambridge University press

Clinical Biochemistry Methods and Techniques 2
For the course you will have front lessons (10 hours) with slides. During classroom discussions, students are encouraged to interact with teachers with questions and curiosities. During lectures, the lecturers will also present examples, problems to be solved together, and daily facts that can make sense of the application / importance of the subjects of the lessons.
Students are required to attend the lessons as set out in the teaching regulations of the course and sign the attendance sheet to be able to take the exam.
Teacher is committed to making presentations on lessons and other material of interest (examples of problem solving) through the University's computerized platforms (eg elearning) to which students have access.

In the presentations of the teacher there may be links to web pages for further information. For student reception, make an appointment via email with the teachers.
Student Reception: appointment by e-mail.