As a student you are able to describe physical laws and phenomena sufficiently to enable you to understand the physical operating principles of the most common methods and devices used in laboratory work. You can perform basic calculations and apply these to biomedical laboratory work. You know how to convert units, solve equations, and identify and describe mathematical dependencies.

You are able to draw conclusions from distributions. You know how to use spreadsheet software to calculate and analyse statistical parameters and correlation between variables, and interpret and assess statistical reports in laboratory work.