Prerequisite/Recommended prerequisite for
participation in the module
Participation in exams on 1st semester.
Content, progress and pedagogy of the
- Has knowledge about engineering, developmental, molecular
biological, biological, and medical concepts
- Can apply an understanding of the processes that determine at
the molecular level cellular responses into schemes that aim to
replace human tissues or organs, or aim at the restoration of
physiological state of thereof
- Can design rational biotherapies for relevant human diseases
using appropriate set of engineering and molecular biological
- Can assess the prospective value of proposed solutions,
including medical significance and feasibility, both at the
theoretical and empirical levels
- Can apply different regenerative and tissue engineering
approaches to treat intractable human diseases.
- Must have insight into molecular processes that underlie
cell-cell as well as cell-material interactions and must understand
how knowledge of these processes can be applied for the benefit of
tissue regeneration in vivo and engineering of tissues in
- Can research, synthesize, and critically appreciate knowledge
available across different fields to account for treatment options
that are viable from the point of currently established medical
- Can evaluate and identify novel areas of interest, the
theoretical and practical knowledge of is necessary, in order to
accomplish a successful regenerative therapeutic
|Name of exam||Regenerative Medicine|
|Type of exam|
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||Internal examination|
|Criteria of assessment||As stated in the Join Programme Regulations.|
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