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BIOM1051 - Introductory Cellular Physiology (Lecture)

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Abel Smith Building 23 Room 101

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BIOM1051 ('Introductory Cellular Physiology') is an integrated biology course offered by the School of Biomedical Sciences with additional input from the School of Chemistry & Molecular Bioscience for students in the undergraduate Pharmacy, Dentistry and Occupational Health & Safety Science programs. It presents a comprehensive overview of how structure and function are integrated at all levels from the cell to the organism with a focus on the human. It involves three (3) lectures in most weeks, compulsory weekly workshops in the UQ Centre, five (5) compulsory 3 hour practical laboratory sessions during the semester, and optional but highly recommended 1 hour PASS peer study sessions each week from Week 3.

Associate Professor Lluka was recognised with a 2010 UQ Award for Teaching Excellence.Associate Professor Lesley Lluka is a gifted educator whose passion for her academic discipline, outstanding communication skills and mastery of innovative pedagogy have inspired her students to ‘think like scientists’ and to acquire skills that are relevant for their future careers. Her innovation and success have been demonstrated, not only with smaller advanced level classes, but with large first-year classes and international students. Associate Professor Lluka leads a diverse team to run BIOM1051 and other similar courses for students across a broad range of programs.


Abel Smith Building 23 Room 101

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