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Unit of Study BIOL3005 Genetic Pathology (2024)

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On completion of this unit, students should be able to:

critically assess diverse human genetic pathologies, differentiating normal and abnormal profiles and analysing causative factors, clinical diagnoses, and potential treatments

evaluate and present contemporary molecular genetic analysis, including quality control and validation, utilising appropriate terminology and data interpretation

solve complex problems in practical molecular genetics incorporating troubleshooting and problem-resolution skills

demonstrate ethical standards, safety protocols, and professionalism in genetic pathology, ensuring scientific integrity and ethical conduct in scenario-based activities

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