The objectives of the course with reference to the Dublin parameters are:
1) Knowledge and comprehension skills. The students will have to be able to understand all the factors influencing research/experiments, the methods for processing and presenting experimental results, and the criteria for writing different types of scientific manuscripts/proposals.
2) Capacity of applying knowledge and comprehension. The students will have to be able to apply the concepts and methods they have learned in order to (i) design the most appropriate experimental paradigms for human and animal research, (ii) conduct appropriate data analysis, and (iii) present experimental results.
3) Capacity of independent evaluation. The students will have to develop critical and independent evaluation skills in order to recognize what makes well-designed research and good quality scientific reports.
4) Communication skills. The students will have to be able to effectively present a scientific research in oral presentations as well as structure and write good quality scientific papers/projects.
5) Learning capacity. The students will have to be able to learn experimental approaches and procedures and methods for processing and presenting experimental results in biomedical research.