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LAKEHEAD CALENDAR 2009-2010

Lakehead 2009-2010 Academic Units Undergraduate Programs and Courses Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies Interdisciplinary Programs in Applied Bio-Molecular Science
Interdisciplinary Programs in Applied Bio-Molecular Science
Program Coordinator H. Schraft
Program Committee  
(Anthropology) C. Matheson
(Biology) R.D. Law
(Biology) K. Leung
(Biology) L. Malek
(Biology) H. Schraft
(Biology) I. Zehbe (Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre)
(Chemistry) J. Th'ng (Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre)
(Chemistry) C. Gottardo
(Chemistry) Z.-H. Jiang
(NOSM) N. Khaper
(NOSM) M. Ulanova
(NOSM) Z. Suntres
(Physics) A. Linhananta

The goal of the program is to develop basic knowledge and hands-on skills in modern applications of bio-molecular research in Chemistry, Biology and Anthropology. Students will gain understanding of the normal and applied function of biologically derived molecules. Emphasis will be on forensic, biotechnological and diagnostic applications.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

See Requirements for Admission to Undergraduate Degree Programs in the Admission Requirements and Registration section of this Calendar, page 27.

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS

A student may enter, proceed and graduate from this interdisciplinary program in accordance with stipulations of the University Regulations, page 39, and Faculty of Science and Environmental Studies Regulations, page 152, of this Calendar.