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The biochemistry/USMLE® review you’ve been waiting for . . . clear, concise,
high yield, and clinically relevant
INCLUDES AN ONLINE VIDEO LECTURE FOR EVERY CHAPTER!
The goal of Fundamentals of Biochemistry: Medical Course & Step 1 Review is to make biochemistry an approachable, clinically relevant subject for your first years of medical school, and, most importantly, when you prepare to take the USMLE® Step 1 examination. The authors believe that when biochemistry is put in a clinical context, learning and understanding it becomes much less complicated, as all the pieces of the “puzzle” fall into place.
A SELF-CONTAINED, HIGH-YIELD GUIDE UNLIKE ANY OTHER
You will find Fundamentals of Biochemistry: Medical Course & Step 1 Review to be a self-contained guide to high-yield biochemistry, with a strong focus on the topics you are most likely to see on the USMLE® Step 1 exam.
You can select any chapter and find a self-contained summary of the relevant topic. The authors begin with the basics of the cell and DNA, and protein synthesis, then cover the central aspects of metabolism, and finish with nutrition and genetics.
EASY-TO-ABSORB CHAPTERS ENHANCED BY COMPANION ONLINE VIDEOS
The information is delivered in a simple outline format that pinpoints the high-yield information you need to know. Each chapter is also presented as a lecture, in video format, so you can review the topic in real time and add additional notes as you learn each topic or review them later.
|Publisher:||McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||8.40(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Esteben C. Dell’Angelica PhD (Los Angeles, CA) is the Course Director for Biochemistry, and Professor of Human Genetics at UCLA.
David DiTullio, author of Biochemistry Course and Step 1 Review is a recent medical graduate from UCLA, the David Geffen School of Medicine and also spearheaded UCLA’s Peer Tutoring Program, which offered students who need extra help, the chance to partner with a mentor. David also was responsible for providing weekly study sessions for the USMLE Step 1, to review material and listen to tips on how to stay organized. DiTullio’s goal was to offer different levels of tutoring for everyone, in every subject throughout medical school. David’s experience in medical school and tutoring students, contributed in his overall writing of this text.