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Education

Major Required (in-depth) Courses

Major Required (in-depth) Courses

Major Required (in-depth) courses

Strengthened in-depth competence of each major
Customized lessons for each level composed of mandatory and in-depth contents of 6 biomedical science majors
Category Major Introduction of course Credits Professor
MMED
-601
Molecular Medicine major

Immunology

Overall and basic knowledge required to understand the basic concepts of immunology and in-depth steps of immunology are provided. Lectures on cells and organs composing the immune system, antigen processing and presentation, structure and functions of MHC molecules, movement and functions of lymphocytes, and immune response are provided.
(Prerequisite course: Molecular Cell Biology)
3 KWON MYUNGHEE
CBIO
-601
Cancer Biology
major

Introduction to Cancer Biology I

Contents of “The Biology of Cancer,” which is a textbook containing basic knowledge required to understand the biological characteristics of tumors, are mainly provided.
Classification of tumors and scientific terminology are learned, and mechanisms of oncogenesis-related molecules and principles of carcinogenesis are provided through the lecture. Specifically, concepts of oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes and specific examples are learned.
For the thorough learning of this course, undergraduate-level knowledge of biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, and molecular biology is required.
3 MO JUNGSOON
CBIO
-602
Cancer Biology
major

Introduction to Cancer Biology II

The goal is to acquire advanced knowledge to research tumors and aging-related phenomena in depth. The latest molecular mechanisms related to oncogenesis are introduced and in-depth lectures on angiogenesis, invasion and metastasis of tumor cells, tumor immunology, and tumor treatment are provided.
(Prerequisite course: Introduction to Cancer Biology I)
3 PARK TAEJUN
NEUR
-601
Neuroscience major

Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience I

The goal is to obtain basic understanding of cells composing the nervous system and molecules that perform cell functions. Lectures are provided on the molecular and cellular mechanisms involved in the formation and maintenance of the nervous system and basic elements involved in the transmission of nerve signals such as neurotransmitters, receptors, and synapses. Through this course, basic knowledge of the neuroscience field, which is essential to understand other in-depth majors provided from the neuroscience course, can be learned.
3 KIM EUNYOUNG
NEUR
-604
Neuroscience major

Organization and Development of Nervous System

The organization of the central nervous system, operating methods of the nervous system, histological organization of the central nervous system, and interconnection of neural circuits are learned by each part of the central nervous system. Moreover, morphological change that occurs in the development of the nervous system is looked into, and regulation phenomena due to genes are explained in this lecture.
3 CHOI JUNYOUNG
INCM
-601
Biomedical Informatics major

Biomedical and Healthcare Informatics

Methods of effectively using computers for medical research, medical education, clinical treatment, and hospital management and development procedures are learned.
Through these contents, the goal is to build abilities to understand various development trends of medical information and to respond actively to the quickly changing information surrounding medical environments.
3 PARK RAEWOONG
INCM
-603
Biomedical Informatics major

Genomic Medicine

Basic understanding on genomic research applying the latest omics technology and genomic research methodologies for new basic and clinical medicine are learned, and genome analysis and biological information technologies that newly emerge are learned in this course.
3 WOO HYUNGOO
BMED503 Biomedical Informatics major

Bioinformatics

Lectures on basic contents and seminars on the latest research trends are provided for graduate students majoring in biomedical sciences to understand the fundamentals of biological informatics.
3 KIM KYUTAE
PHRM651-652 Medical and Pharmacal Research major

Introduction to Medical and Pharmacal Research

The scope of research on medicine and pharmacy includes drug efficacy and toxicity, drug dynamics assessment, non-clinical research, pharmacogenomics, protein target structure analysis, drug science fields such as new drug structure/properties, gene expression, protein expression, biomarkers, disease animal models, phenotypic characteristics, microorganisms/immunology, biopharmaceutical fields such as genetic mutation, structure and properties of material compounds, natural functional materials, drug-target binding simulation, compounding pharmacology fields such as efficacy and toxicity, drug delivery pharmacology field such as raw material and formulation properties, processing procedures, and in vivo delivery, and clinical pharmacology field for actual clinical application research and big data analysis of medical records. Therefore, the research trend of the relevant field can be understood through experts in each field who provide step-by-step introduction to help understand the medicine and pharmacy field for new drug development, various stages of drug use, and conducted research studies.
3 JANG SUNYOUNG
MES6039 Artificial Intelligence in Medicine major

Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

Competence in medical data analysis is developed through basic theories and practice procedures on artificial intelligence technology as an in-depth major of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. Basic knowledge and practices are provided to analyze medical and biodata using artificial intelligence techniques.
3 SOHN KYUNGAH