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Genetics and Genomics (FOKGEN051_1A-00)
Faculty of Dentistry II. Semester 2017/2018

 

Prerequisite subject: Biochemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology III, Medical and Dental Physiology II. 
Credits: 2
Attendance: 75% of the lessons
Exam: written test in the exam period.

 

The Department of Genetics, Cell- and Immunobiology offers Genetics and Genomics course for 3rd year ED students in the second semester. Students who have passed Medical Biology II do not have to register for this course. (No exemption request is needed).

In the case of having Genetics credits from other university, claim for exemption has to be handed to Dr. Ágnes F. Semsei (tutor) not later than 12th of February.

Genetics and Genomics course provides basic knowledge on general and human genetics and genomics. The course has lecture and practice (laboratory) parts. According to the Academic and Examination Rules (17§ 7-8.), students must visit at least 75% of lectures. This is the requirement for the validity of the semester. More than three absences from the practices and more than three absences from the lectures invalidate the semester, no signature is given. There are no extra practices. In the case of an acute illness, students may attend other practices with the permission of the tutor. The attendance of students occasionally (randomly) will be checked on the lectures. 

Midterm exam (written) will be on the 11th week (lecture time). Result of the midterm exam influences the final grade (see below). Spare midterm is organized for those students who miss the midterm because of an acute illness, but they have to show up the medical record to the tutor in one week. There is no opportunity to improve the midterm scores.

During the semester extra scores can be collected (maximum 10) on the lectures and practices. Lecture extra scores (maximum 5) can be collected if you answer correctly the short questions at the end of the lecture (written). Practice extra scores (maximum 5) can be collected on the practices if you solve tasks given by your practice teacher. The extra scores influence the final grade (see below). 


Examination info

The semester is finished by a written exam (multiple choice and essay questions, family tree, kariogram, result of molecular genetic studies etc.) The exam grade will be calculated from the sum of midterm scores (maximum 30), extra scores (maximum 10) and exam scores (maximum 60). For passing (Grade 2-5) you have to reach more than 50 % of both the exam scores and total scores. In the case of failure (Grade 1), the retake can be done not sooner than on the 3rd day after the exam. The midterm and exam questions are based on the e-book, lecture and practice presentations and handouts. 

In the third exam extra and midterm scores are not counted.

The exam days will be published one month before the beginning of the examination period. Signing up and modification of the exam days can be arranged exclusively online in the students’ registration system (NEPTUN). If you want to change your exam day, first you have to cancel your earlier sign up. Please, consider the registration deadlines (two workdays) for the exams. The time, the place and number of students may change after your registration, so check these parameters before the exam. You cannot take the exam without lecture (index) book!

The third exam can be taken after paying retake fee. In this case the students have to show up the receipt before the exam.


Literature:

  

Contacts

Job title

Name

Room

Tutor

Ágnes F. Semsei, PhD
(This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

NET 611

Head of the Department

Prof. Edit Buzás, PhD, DSC

NET 717

 

Topic list

 

 

Lectures

Friday 14:05 – 15:35, 
NET Selye (Green) Hall

 Practices    

1st week

(5-9 Feb)

Introduction to human genetics
(Only this week: NET Brown Hall)
ppt

Typical and atypical mitosis
ppt

2nd week

(12-16 Feb)

Monogenic inheritance
(Autosomal inheritance)
ppt

Meiosis
ppt

3rd week

(19-23 Feb)

Role of sex in inheritance
ppt

Cytogenetics I
ppt

 4th week

(26 Feb - 2 Mar)

Genetic variations
ppt

Cytogenetics II
ppt   doc

5th week

(5-9 Mar)

Chromosomal aberrations I
ppt

Study of monogenic inheritance,
pedigree analysis I
ppt

6th week

(12-14 Mar)

Chromosomal aberrations II
(Date: 10th March Saturday!)
ppt

Study of monogenic inheritance, pedigree analysis II

7th week

(19-23 Mar)

Complex inheritance
ppt

Factors effecting the expression of genotype I
ppt

8th week

(3-6 Apr)

Introduction to genomics.
Methods in genomics
ppt

Factors effecting the expression of genotype II

9th week

(9-13 Apr)

Pharmacogenomics and nutrigenomics
ppt

Molecular genetic methods and applications in human genetics I
ppt

10th week

(16-21 Apr)

Epigenetics
ppt

Molecular genetic methods and applications in human genetics II

11th week

(23-27 Apr)

Midterm
pdf

Molecular and cytological consequences of some monogenic disorders
ppt

12th week

(2-4 May)

Gene and genome manipulation
ppt

Complex inheritance
ppt

13th week

(7-11 May)

Genetics of biological processes
ppt

 Case studies in genetics
ppt

14th week

(14-18 May)

Population and evolution genetics.
Genome and environment
ppt

From genes to bedside

 
 

Ebook


Genetics and genomics ebook: pdf

 

Exam

Examination info

The semester is finished by a written exam (multiple choice and essay questions, family tree, kariogram, result of molecular genetic studies etc.) The exam grade will be calculated from the sum of midterm scores (maximum 30), extra scores (maximum 10) and exam scores (maximum 60). For passing (Grade 2-5) you have to reach more than 50 % of both the exam scores and total scores. The midterm and exam questions are based on the e-book, lecture and practice presentations and handouts. 

In the third exam extra and midterm scores are not counted.

The exam days will be published one month before the beginning of the examination period. Signing up and modification of the exam days can be arranged exclusively online in the students’ registration system (NEPTUN). If you want to change your exam day, first you have to cancel your earlier sign up. Please, consider the registration deadlines (two workdays) for the exams. The time, the place and number of students may change after your registration, so check these parameters before the exam. You cannot take the exam without signature in the Neptune!


Final grade calculation for students at the 1st and 2nd exams:
Students have to reach minimum 31 scores on the exam to calculate Total score. Below 31 scores, the exam is failed.

Total score:
Exam points
+ midterm scores
+ homework scores
+ lecture scores

Final grade

0-50

1

51-62

2

63-74

3

75-86

4

87-100

5


Final grade calculation for students at the 3rd and 4th exams and for FM course students:
Midterm scores and homework scores are not calculated.

Exam score

Final grade

0-30

1

31-37

2

38-45

3

46-52

4

53-60

5

 

Consultation

Genetics and genomics consultations  (in the NET building) – 2nd semester  of  2017/18

28 May (Monday)          11.00        L14    
4 June  (Monday) 10.00 L14
11 June (Monday) 10.00 L14
18 June (Monday) 10.00 L14
25 June (Monday) 10.00 L14
2 July (Monday) 10.00 L14

The consultation lasts for maximum 70 minutes. If there are no students present at the beginning of the consultation, it will be cancelled.

 

 

 

Competition


"Genetics and genomics"
competition

 

Dear Students,

Congratulations to your points and grades at the competition!
Students who are offered grade 5 or 4 will be handed over to a virtual exam date. You only need to check your results at Neptune at the beginning of the exam period.

The students who received grade 4 offers should notify me if they do not accept the grade in the last week of the semester. I suggest you accept it and, if you have any capacity later, you can sign up for a re-examination.

Dr. Ágnes Semsei
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tests can be viewed:
Dr. Ágnes Semsei (NET building 6. floor, room 611)
May 15, Tuesday 10-12

 

NEPTUN Code

Password

Scores

Grade

 

Erndep

49

5

 

Tombee

48

5

 

Optimal

46

4

Z8BJ9J

 

45

4

FYULJ4

 

37

 

 


Students will be invited to the "Genetics and genomics" competition based on the result (score) of the midterm. The invited students will receive a Neptun message. Based on many years of experience, 12-13% of the students will receive an invitation.

The whole semester course will be included in the competition topic (all lectures, practicals and e-book). Grade 4 or 5 will be recommended if writing the competition above an appropriate level.

Participation in the competition is not mandatory. Please, let us know if do not want to attend, despite the invitation (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.-univ.hu).

Location and date of the competition: May 7th 17:35, NET Sellye (Green) lecture hall.

The competition is written.

Please, have pen and your identity card with you.


Minimum midterm scores required for the competition: 26
 

 


The user name and password are published in the NEPTUN.


Course coordinators:

Biology / Medical Biology:
Dr. LÁNG, Orsolya
+36 1 210 2930 / 56251
Monday 10:30-12:30

Immunology:
Dr. HOLUB, Marianna
+36 1 210 2930 / 56234

Genetics and Genomics:
Dr. SEMSEI, Ágnes
+36 1 210 2930 / 56502

Neptun administrator
(Education secretariat):

L. DIBÓ, Szilvia
+36 1 210 2950
+36 1 210 2930 / 56235

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