Colloquium & Literature Thesis Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry

2018-2019

Course Objective

• To be able to efficiently retrieve relevant and recent in-depth
information about a given scientific topic;
• To logically organize, describe and discuss the information in a
thesis;
• To draw conclusions on the perspectives and relevance of the subject;
• To present and discuss the main findings in a colloquium

Course Content

Completion of an academic master degree does not only imply practical
experience and knowledge from a scientific specialization, but also that
one is able to deal with substantial amounts of scientific information
in an efficient way and distill this into the main points. During the
literature thesis, the student will collect recent in-depth scientific
literature about a given topic in radiopharmaceutical chemistry (which
may include molecular pharmacology, organic chemistry, bioanalytical
chemistry), usually a topic of direct interest to the research group.
The literature information is described and discussed in a coherent form
in a thesis, which is also presented orally during a colloquium.

The content of the literature thesis will depend on the involved thesis
supervisor and the available topics

Teaching Methods

Self-study, contact hours with supervisor, oral presentation, discussion

Method of Assessment

Written thesis, colloquium

Literature

A thesis guide will be provided.

Target Audience

Research variant of mDDS-DD&S, mDDS-DDTF

Custom Course Registration

Note: available positions are limited and a central registration procedure applies. See the Canvas community “Master Drug Discovery & Safety” for more information.

General Information

Course Code XM_0035
Credits 12 EC
Period Ac. Year (sept)
Course Level 600
Language of Tuition English
Faculty Faculty of Science
Course Coordinator dr. D.J. Scholten
Examiner dr. D.J. Scholten
Teaching Staff

Practical Information

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