Molecular and Statistical Mechanics (course coordinator, together with Hugo Gutiérrez de Teran)
The course gives an introduction to statistical mechanical theory, and connects it with the foundation of computer simulations of biomolecular dynamics and energetics, methods which are then covered extensively from a theoretical and practical perspective.
Protein Engineering (contributed lectures)
During the course, the students work on a current molecular biological and gene technological problem. The aim is to provide advanced knowledge and skills that enable the students to find solutions on their own, and put these solutions into practice.
Molecular Cell Biology (contributed lectures and seminars)
The aim of the course is to provide the students with advanced knowledge and understanding of molecular processes in cells and organisms, including the cell cycle, transcription, translation and protein targeting, adhesion and signal transduction.