Spilianakis Lab

General Info

Course

Molecular Biology / BIOL207

Year of study

2

 

Semester

Winter

Type of Course

Core

Number of Credits

4 (ECTS: 6)

Department

Biology, University of Crete

Section

Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Cellular and Developmental Biology

Instructor

Charalampos (Babis) Spilianakis, PhD

Office

IMBB-FORTH, A204

e-mail

spiliana@imbb.forth.gr, spiliana@uoc.gr

Phone

2810-391163 (office), 2810-391173 (lab)

Office hours

09.00 am - 21.00 pm

Lectures

Biology Auditorium I, Wednesday 14:00-00, Friday 16:00-18:00

 

During lectures we will discuss principles, outline goals, and present demonstrations. Your attendance at all lectures is vital to your success in this course. You should read the textbook assignment prior to lecture and take clear notes during lecture. I fully encourage and expect student participation during lectures.

Teaching Methods

Lectures (PowerPoint Presentations), Multiple Choice Questions.

Language of Instruction

Greek

Assessment methods

Written Examination

Midterm exams

There will not be a midterm exam.

Grading

An exam is considered successful if you get at least 50/100 points.

Regrading

Any request for a regrade must be made within one week of receiving  your graded exam. Contact the instructor preferably by email to arrange for an appointment and go through your script. You will also get a printout with the answers of the exams' subjects.

Attendance

Attendance at all lecture sessions is expected.  If a session is missed, it is the student’s sole responsibility to make up any work missed.

Academic Honor Principle

Students are expected to observe the University’s Code of Student Conduct. Cheating on examinations and/or problem sets is not acceptable and will be met with zero tolerance!

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Instruction Materials

Lectures Download

Each academic year the Powerpoint presentations in either .pptx format (Microsoft Office 2016) or .pdf format will be uploaded upon the completion of each lecture (material included in an individual lecture's file may be covered in more than a 2 hours session).

Downloads from previous Academic Years

Final Exams with answers