CRSB 3000 - Biobanking and Interpreting Laboratory Data (1)
Prerequisites: CRSB 1000 or permission from the course instructor. This is a 1-credit course for students meeting the requirements for the Clinical Research Program. This course will give students a general overview of laboratory tests used to evaluate organ systems and various types of diseases. Students will learn why certain tests are used, what the normal range values are for each test and how to interpret abnormal laboratory results, with case study examples. In the biobanking portion of the course, students will be introduced to the basics of biobanking, the ethical considerations in specimen collection and the process of collecting and processing samples for storage or distribution to repositories.
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