Degree Programmes Offered.
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  • CE1: Know how to use the different bibliographic sources and biological databases and be able to use bioinformatic tools.
  • CE2: Know the usual procedures used by scientists in the area of molecular biosciences and biomedicine to generate, transmit and disseminate scientific information.
  • CE3: Know the common and differential molecular and cellular elements of the different types of living organisms with special emphasis on the human being and model organisms for their study.
  • CE4: Understand experimental approaches and their limitations and interpret scientific results in molecular biosciences and biomedicine.
  • CE5: Know how to design multidisciplinary experimental strategies in the field of molecular biosciences to solve complex biological problems, especially those related to human health.
  • CE6: Acquire skills to use the methodologies of molecular biosciences and to keep an annotated record of activities.
  • CE7: Know how to work responsibly and rigorously in the laboratory, considering the safety aspects in experimentation as well as the legal and practical aspects of the handling and disposal of waste.
  • CE8: Know how to use mathematical and statistical tools to solve biological problems.
  • CE9: Know the chemical and physical principles that determine the properties of biological molecules and govern the reactions in which they are involved.
  • CE10: Recognise biological diversity and know the organisation of living beings and the position of human beings and model organisms in biomedical experimentation amid this diversity.
  • CE11: Know the structural and functional characteristics of macromolecules.
  • CE12: Know the biochemical and molecular bases of cell function.
  • CE13: Know and understand the molecular bases of genetic information and the mechanisms of its transmission and variation.
  • CE14: Have an integrated view of normal and altered cell function, including metabolism and gene expression.
  • CE15: Have an integrated view of the cellular responses to environmental effectors and changes and the alterations that cause pathologies.
  • CE16: Have an integrated view of the systems of intercellular communication and cellular physiology that regulate normal and pathological development and function.
  • CE17: Know how to apply the knowledge gained in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of human diseases.
  • CE18: Know the ethical and legal principles of scientific research in molecular biosciences and biomedicine.
  • CE19: Understand the role of the expert in molecular biosciences and biomedicine in the scientific and social context.
  • CE20: Understand the relationships between science and society and the position of molecular biosciences and biomedicine in the context of current science.