Laboratory Course in Biochemical Techniques


BCH370H is offered as a single term half course which can be taken in either the Fall (BCH370H1F) or Winter (BCH370H1S) terms. Each section is open to students in eligible disciplines. Students are required to attend and participate in the lab each week, on Mondays starting at 9 am and running until 1 pm.

This course is designed to provide hands-on experience at an introductory level, employing a variety of biochemical techniques commonly used in research and clinical diagnostic laboratories.  This course is intended for students who are not proceeding further in biochemistry.

BCH370H1F 2019: Labs begin Monday, September 9th, 2019.

Registered students: Please login to Quercus for room numbers and TA assignments.

Attendance at the first class is MANDATORY.

Course Next Offered

September 2019

Course Time and Location

Mondays 9 am - 1 pm



Enrollment Limit

Yes —

Fall 96
Winter 72



Method of Student Evaluation

Students will be evaluated on lab performance, in-class exercises, assignments, pre-lab quizzes and a final exam.

Recommended Reading

All course materials including the laboratory manual will be provided on Quercus.  There is no required textbook for this course.

Recommended (optional) resources:

Fundamental Laboratory Approaches for Biochemistry and Biotechnology, A.J. Ninfa and D.P. Ballou (Fitzgerald Scientific Press, 1998). (helpful but not required)


Ahlia Khan-Trottier

Ahlia Khan-Trottier

Division of Teaching Labs
Medical Sciences Building, Room 2288
1 King's College Circle


Last Updated 17 July 2019