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The format of the COS concentration prelim exam consists of an oral summary presentation by the student of a primary research article, chosen from among a collection of faculty-submitted article sets (primary article along with 2-3 back-up papers). For details see the Cell and Organ Systems Concentration M.S. Policy and Curriculum or Ph.D. Policy and Curriculum. During and after the presentation the examining committee may ask questions that are directly or indirectly related to the subject matter in the chosen paper. The goal of these questions is to assess the student's breadth of knowledge and emerging critical thinking skills in the general areas of cell biology and general systems physiology. The expectation is that first-year graduate students should have a broad understanding of basic principles. The following list may serve as both a review of general topic areas and a checklist of areas the student may feel need to be strengthened.
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