Course Code: SBMS3201
Course Title: Experimental Design and Execution, Journal Analysis and Reporting Results
Unit: 2
Faculty Package / Core / Elective: Major Elective
Concentration Area: A
Year of Study: Year 3 or above
Term: 1
Pre-requisit:: SBMS2101
Course Coordinator:

Professor BLOCKI Anna Maria


Reproducibility is central to the advancement of scientific and medical knowledge. This course is essential for those wishing to conduct research. The fundamentals of formulating a hypothesis, planning experiments, the appropriately powered designs, data analysis, as well as recording and reporting of scientific results will be discussed. The course will have a strong focus on the application of the taught content. Students will sketch their own experimental designs, statistically analyze data, critically review journal articles and write their own scientific manuscript. Students will learn to be self-critical of their own experimental design, specifically design and plan experiments to enable publication of findings in peer-reviewed journals.

Offering Year: 2018/19 onwards

Note: Course details and requirement are to be updated from time to time. Students are advised to visit this website and CUSIS for the most updated information.