Nutrition and Metabolism Seminars
The primary function of the seminar course is to enrich the students with a variety of topics in the field of Nutrition and Metabolism research, by knowledge and experience sharing with invited researchers/speakers.
Profª Doutora Cláudia Marques
Weekly - Available soon
Total - Available soon
The learning objectives of the CU require a teaching methodology that respects regular proximity to work and progress of students, respect for diversity of approaches and consideration of the uniqueness of individual cases and bring them to the forefront of the learning-teaching process. These starting principles are rightly included in the methodology adopted.
The seminar is clearly of a work-in-progress nature, and therefore the focus of the teaching-learning system is student-centered. There is an intense exchange of ideas and points of view, and the teacher / speaker assumes a role assumes a role of facilitator and instigator in the discussion (primus inter pares).
The assessment shall focus on:
a) Participation in seminars (30%);
b) Individual written essay with 2/3 thousand words: Grant proposal (70%).
1. Current topics in Nutrition and Metabolism
Presentation of research work done by researchers in the field of Nutrition and Metabolism
Programs where the course is taught: