Demonstrator Details 2018/19

If you would like to be considered for demonstrating duties in Biomedical Science for the coming year, complete and submit this form.

Personal Details

Department: (required)
Year of PhD study (if applicable)
Are you an overseas PhD student?

If so, please check your visa states you are eligible to work in the UK (most overseas PhD students are allowed to work up to 20 hours per week).

Are you a member of UoS staff?

Availability

Please indicate your availability for the following:

Semester 1a (24th Sep – 2nd Nov 2018) (required)
Semester 1b (5th Nov - 14th Dec 2018) (required)
Semester 2a (4th Feb – 15th March 2019) (required)
Semester 2b (18th March –17th May 2019) (required)
If you are a PhD student, tick the following box to indicate your supervisor has agreed to you taking part in undergaduate teaching. Leave blank if not applicable.

MODULES AVAILABLE 2018-19

The module Code and type of demonstrating required is shown below. General laboratory skills such as use of balance, microscope, pipetting etc are assumed for all modules.

Please tick the module(s) you wish to demonstrate on (Step 1, below), then proceed to Step 2 and complete the three questions for your module(s) choice.

Step 1: Please tick (select) the module(s) you'd like to demonstrate on

Make a note of the modules you have selected and complete Step 2.

BMS Modules - Semester 1
BMS Modules - Semester 2

Step 2: Complete the 3 question parts for the module(s) you have selected

BMS109 Laboratory Skills in Biomedical Science (S1)

General laboratory skills; basic cell biology. Semester 1 (Mon 13.30-16.30, Tues (9.00-12.00, 13.30-16.30) Number of weeks this module 12

1. Have you demonstrated on BMS109 before?
2. Do you have the appropriate skills to demonstrate on BMS109?
3. Are you available for the relevant dates/days of the week?

BMS109 Introduction to the Study of Organ Systems (S2)

Knowledge of physiological systems. Semester 2 (Mon 13.30-16.30, Tues 9:00-12:00, 13.30-16.30) Number of weeks this module 12

1. Have you demonstrated on BMS109?
2. Do you have the appropriate skills to demonstrate on BMS109?
3. Are you available for the relevant dates/days of the week?

BMS242 Advanced Concepts in molecular physiology (S1)

A mixture of Illeum, Respiratory,Sensory, Zebrafish & wound healing practicals. Semester 1 wks 4-8,10-15:Tues pm, Weds am

1. Have you demonstrated on BMS242 before?
2. Do you have any appropriate skills to demonstrate on BMS242?
3. Are you available for the relevant dates/days of the week?

BMS243 Advanced concepts in cell 7 developmental biology

Semester 2; week no 23-35, Weds 9.00-12.00 & Thurs 13.30-16.30.

1. Have you demonstrated on BMS243 before?
2. Do you have any appropriate skills to demonstrate on BMS243?
3. Are you available for the relevant dates/days of the week?

BMS316 Group Research Initiatives

Basic knowledge of membrane transport and the practical technique used in its study. Semester 2a wks23-25 (Wed 13.30-16.30, Thur 13.30-16.30). Number of weeks this module 3.

1. Have you demonstrated on BMS316 before?
2. Do you have any appropriate skills to demonstrate on BMS316?
3. Are you available for the relevant dates/days of the week?

BMS319 Pharmacological Techniques

Skills and knowledge in basic organ-bath pharmacology. Semester 2b wks-28-31,35 (Wed 13.30-17.00, Thur 13.30-17.00). Number of weeks this module 4.

1. Have you demonstrated on BMS319 before?
2. Do you have any appropriate skills to demonstrate on BMS319?
3. Are you available for the relevant dates/days of the week?

BMS329 Techniques in Neuroscience

Neuroscience Techniques Semester 2 wks- 23-31, 35-36 (Wed 14.00-17.00, Thur 14.00-17.00). Number of weeks this module 10.

1. Have you demonstrated on BMS329 before?
2. Do you have any appropriate skills to demonstrate on BMS329?
3. Are you available for the relevant dates/days of the week?

BMS352 Forensic Anatomy

Coordinator: Dr Katherine Linehan. Semester 2, Wed-Thurs PM, wks- 23-28, 30-31,35-37 (Wed/ Thur) Number of weeks this module 10.

1. Have you demonstrated on BMS352 before?
2. Do you have any appropriate skills to demonstrate on BMS352??
3. Are you available for the relevant dates/days of the week?

BMS353 Bioinformatics for Biomedical Science

Coordinator: Dr Marta Milo. Requirements: Experience in coding in R, assist in practicals. Semester 1b. wks 6-12, Mon/Tues PM.

1. Have you demonstrated on BMS353 before?
2. Do you have any appropriate skills to demonstrate on BMS353?
3. Are you available for the relevant dates/days of the week?

BMS6083 Developmental Genetics

Practical experience of working with chick embryos and/or Drosophila embryos and larvae. Semester 1a (Mon PM,Tues AM,Wed PM) Number of weeks this module 4, weeks 3-6.

1. Have you demonstrated on BMS6083 before?
2. Do you have any appropriate skills to demonstrate on BMS6083?
3. Are you available for the relevant dates/days of the week?