Clinical biochemistry and metabolic sciences

Clinical biochemistry and metabolic sciences

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The Department of Clinical Biochemistry trains science and medical graduates. It conducts high quality biomedical research in the fields of diabetes, obesity, related endocrine and metabolic disorders, and the molecular cell biology of membrane traffic pathways.

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