PHYSL 468 - Undergraduate Research Thesis I

★ 6 (fi 12)(EITHER, 0-0-12)

Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry

Individual study, open to undergraduate students who have identified a supervisor in the Department of Physiology. Taken in conjunction with PHYSL 469, this 6-credit course is the first part of a 12-credit program in two terms resulting in an honours research thesis in physiology. Students will spend the Fall term in the laboratory of a supervisor and carry out a research project to be continued in the second term as PHYSL 469. Co-supervision with Professors from other Departments is possible, provided that a supervisor from the Department of Physiology is identified. Students will be evaluated on an oral presentation, a written research proposal and performance in the laboratory. Prerequisites: PHYSL 210 or PHYSL 212/214 and consent from the course coordinator.

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Fall Term 2023


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Primary Instructor: Silvia Pagliardini
Primary Instructor: Emmanuelle Cordat