Totaling 10,000 hours, the six-years course has an integrated curriculum and robust curriculum performed by the Pontifical American Catholic University. In addition to guiding the teaching of the Biomolecular Medicine Course, it is also the fundamental basis for students to become Neuro Biomolecular physicians with general education, humanist, critical, reflexive and ethical, and can act at different levels of health care. All grid disciplines are designed for the course to always be current and effective in professional composition.


1 SEMESTER
Introduction to the Biomolecular Medicine Course
Biomolecular Medicine I
Morphological Foundations of the Human Organism
Biological Functions
Human Neuroanatomy
Neurobiomolecular Medicine
Metabolism
Psychosomatic Medicine
Conception and Formation of the Human Being
Community Interaction I
Clinical Skills and Attitudes I
Sociocultural and Ethical Training I
Scientific Research Methodology


2 SEMESTER
Birth and Development
Perception, Awareness and Emotion
Psychophysiology
Functional Neuroanatomy
Biomolecular Medicine II
Locomotion and Hold
Neurosciences I
Neurogenetics in Clinical Practice
Cellular Proliferation
Aging Process
Diseases Resulting from Environmental Aggression
Community Interaction II
Clinical Skills and Attitudes II
Pharmacological Bases
Pathological Bases


3 SEMESTER
Psychopharmacology
Psychiatry
Infectology
Orthomolecular Medicine
Neurology
Neuropsicanalisisis
Pathophysiology
Mental and Behavioral Problems
Be A Biomolecular Physician
Course Completion Work I
Community Interaction III
Clinical Skills and Attitudes III
Neurobiology of Mental Disorders
Biotechnology
Attention to Women and Children
Life Project Management
Medical Genetics


4 SEMESTER
Women's Health, Human Sexuality and Family Planning
Dyspnea, Chest Pain and Edemas
Clinical Emergencies
Neurosurgery
Cellular Neurobiomedicine
External Manifestations of Diseases and Latrogenas
Nutritional and Metabolic Disorders


5 SEMESTER
Internal Medicine
Sensory, Motor and Consciousness Disorders
Community Interaction IV
Course Completion Work II
Evidence-Based Health
Clinical Skills and Attitudes IV
Medical Genetics


6 SEMESTER
Supervised Internship in Family Health Medicine and Community I
Supervised Internship in Biomedical Medical Clinic I
Supervised Internship in Women's Health I
Supervised Internship in Child and Adolescent Health I
Supervised Internship in Surgical Clinic and Anesthesia I
Supervised Internship in Mental Health
Supervised Internship in Emergency And Emergency Medicine I
Sociocultural and Ethical Training I
Entrepreneurship


7 SEMESTER
Supervised Internship in Biomolecular Medicine of Urgency and Emergency II
Supervised Internship in Family Health Medicine and Community II
Supervised Internship in Biomedical Medical Clinic II
Supervised Internship in Women's Health II
Supervised Internship in Child and Adolescent Health II
Supervised Internship in Surgical Clinic II
Supervised Internship in Collective Health


8 SEMESTER
Definition of Orthomolecular
History of Biomolecular and Orthomolecular Therapy
Applicability of Orthomolecular Therapy
Nutrients
Energy Nutrients
Regulatory Nutrients
Glucose Use
Glucose production


9 SEMESTER
Use of Lipids
Lipid metabolism
Proteins
Essential Amino Acids
Non-Essential Amino Acids
Use of Proteins
Vitamins
Minerals
Dash Element
Mineralogram
Capillary Mineralogram
Free Radicals


10 SEMESTER
Antioxidants
Antioxidant Enzymes
Non-Enzymatic antioxidants
Non-Enzymatic Dietary Antioxidants (Exogenous)
Antioxidants in the Diet
Free Radicals and Diseases
Aging
Functional Foods
Organic Foods
Transgenic Foods


11 SEMESTER
Biomolecular Therapy Techniques
Oligotherapy
Detoxification
Remineralization
Chelation
Oxygen
Antioxidants.
Course completion work

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