Future University In Egypt (FUE)
Future University In Egypt (FUE)

Molecular Genetics

Molecular Genetics

  • Course Code :
    PMI 872
  • Level :
  • Course Hours :
    2.00 Hours
  • Entry year :
  • Department :
    Faculty of Pharmacy

Aim of the course

Course Contents

In depth study of genome organization, rearrangement, replication and expression in prokaryotic cell and eukaryotic cells and viruses with an emphasis on regulatory mechanisms. Organization and expression of genetic information in microbial organisms. Aspects of bacterial and lower eukaryotic systems as well as of plasmid, transposon, and viral entities pertinent to those hosts. Molecular genetics Recombinant DNA techniques and methods of nucleic acid isolation and characterization. Gene regulation, genome project, and model organisms utilized in research studies, cytogenetics, cellular genomic instability in carcinogenesis.

a) Knowledge and understanding

b) Intellectual Skills

c) Professional and Practical Skills

d) General and transferable skills

Teaching and Learning Methods for special needs students

a) Assessment Methods

b) Assessment Schedule

c) Weighting of Assessment

a) Course Notes

b) Essential Books (Text Books)

c) Recommended Books

d) Scientific periodicals,bulletins,etc...

News & Events

Future University In Egypt (FUE) Earn a Masters by Research (MSc) at UCC

Recent graduates from the Faculty of Pharmacy at the Future University of Egypt applying for a Masters by Research program in the School of Pharmacy at UCC will be able to avail of the EU fee rate. A Masters by Research degree is a supervised research program that lasts for a minimum of one year (full-time). Students must undertake research equivalent to 90 ECTS credits, and they must then submit a thesis that will be reviewed by both internal and external examiners.

Future University In Egypt (FUE) Three staff members from Faculty of Pharmacy Future University in Egypt were among the Stanford University study of the best 2% of scientists worldwide for 2021

A study conducted by Stanford University released a list of the top 2% of the world's scientists, which includes all scientists who are among the top 100,000 across all fields from 149 countries.

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