Education activities

The Department of Clinical Biochemistry  is responsible for the following courses:


Uniform master’s study programme Pharmacy

Clinical Chemistry

Pharmacogenomics and Genetic Medicines


Selected Topics in Clinical Biochemistry

The Use of Genetic and Cellular Testing in Biomedicine and Pharmacy


The members of the Department of Clinical biochemistry participate in the following courses:  Instrumental Pharmaceutical Analysis and Instrumental Analytical Methods in Pharmacy.


University study programme Laboratory Biomedicine

Work with biological samples

Clinical Biochemistry I and II

Biomedical analysis

Legislation and Ethics in Biomedicine

Laboratory Work in Practice

Biomedical Genetics

Cellular and Tissue Cultures

Emergency laboratory diagnostics


The members of the Department of Clinical biochemistry participate in the following courses:  Cellular biology and genetics, Immunology with Immunochemistry and Basics of Transfusion Medicine and Transplantation.


University study programme Cosmetology

Cellular biology and genetics

Skin Immunology with Immunochemistry

Cellular and Tissue Cultures

Skin and Metabolic Disorders

Legislation and Ethics in Biomedicine



Master’s study programme Laboratory Biomedicine

Selected Topics in Biochemistry

Biomedical Analysis

Design and Quality Assurance in a Medical Laboratory

Clinical Biochemical Diagnostics

Immunology in Laboratory Diagnostics

Legislation and Ethics in Biomedicine 


The members of the Department of Clinical biochemistry participate in the following courses: Development and Implementation of Diagnostic Methods.


University of Ljubljana Interdisciplinary doctoral programme in Biomedicine

Clinical biochemical diagnostics – algorithms and interpretation:

Module 1: Genetic basis of common diseases

Module 2: Immune-mediated diseases

Module 3: Malignant diseases

Module 4: Pharmacogenomic diagnostics



Module 2: Influence of toxic compounds on processes within cell


Elective theoretical and individual research courses: Autoimmunity, Pharmacogenomics in pharmacy, Clinical toxicology in laboratory medicine, Methods and models of cell and tissue engineering, Molecular aspects of immunological methods, Screening tests for Down syndrome, Impact of mercury on antioxidative capacity and serotonin/melatonin balance, Experimental methods in laboratory biomedicine, Guidelines for point of care testing, Evidence-based laboratory biomedicine, Quality design and quality assurance in medical laboratories.


The members of the Department of Clinical biochemistry participate in the following courses: Research in clinical medicine, Modules Basic science in clinical research and Achievements in clinical research.