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16th Mar 2024
2:00 - 3:30pm (GMT)
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UKMLA Revision held by Elham Sahibzada, with a degree in Molecular Biology.

The session will be 1 hour and 30mins with UKMLA style questions at the end.

Explore relationship between the processes involved in gene and chromosome behaviour, gene expression and the activity of cells, and to be able to apply this understanding to clinical practice in the future as well as part of the UKMLA Revision.

Summary

Join us for a compelling UKMLA Revision session led by Elham Sahibzada, a Molecular Biology graduate, titled 'Genetics & Disease'. This 1.5-hour long session will delve into the intricate relationships between gene & chromosome behaviours and their impact on cellular activities. Gain valuable insights that can be directly applied to clinical practice. The session concludes with a set of UKMLA style questions for comprehensive learning. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your understanding of crucial genetic dynamics in disease processes.
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Learning objectives

1. To understand the fundamental concepts and processes of genetics including gene and chromosome behavior and gene expression, and how they relate to diseases. 2. To apply the knowledge of genetics to clinical practice, especially in diagnosing and managing genetic diseases. 3. To comprehend the role and importance of genetic factors in the onset and progression of common diseases. 4. To familiarize themselves with the type of genetics-related questions that appear in the UKMLA exam, and to develop skills and strategies to answer them effectively. 5. To encourage critical thinking about the ethical, legal, and social issues related to genetic testing and research, especially in the context of patient care.
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