Setareh Chong

Setareh Chong

I am the course coordinator. I am also a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Biology at the University of York. My teaching focuses on Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

Location York, UK

Activity

  • Glad you overcame the little initial hurdle and have enjoyed the course.

  • Welcome Sai. Hope you will find the course interesting.

  • Hope you will find the course useful Matthew.

  • Hope you find the course interesting and useful Jasmine.

  • Welcome to the course Sue. We hope that you enjoy the course (especially Week 3).

  • Welcome to the course Daisy.

  • Hope you enjoy the course and that you receive the result you want Isobel.

  • Welcome to the course Ahmed.

  • Welcome to the course Henna. Week 2 which focuses on neuroscience should be interesting to you.

  • We hope you enjoy the course Gillian.

  • Welcome to the course Manuel.

  • Welcome to the course Sophie. Hope you enjoy it.

  • Glad you liked it Carol.

  • Welcome to the course Bella. Hope you enjoy the course.

  • Welcome to the course Karen and hope you will enjoy it.

  • Welcome to the course Harrison. We hope to see you in York. Hope you enjoy the course.

  • Thank you for the lovely feedback Jo. Glad you found it enriching despite some parts being difficult.

  • Very pleased to hear it.

  • Glad you enjoyed it despite finding some parts challenging.

  • Welcome to the course Susan. There is a little but about bugs (insects) in Week 3. By Bugs we mainly mean microorganisms (Week 1). Hope you will enjoy the course nevertheless.

  • Welcome to the course Thalassini.

  • Glad you enjoyed it.

  • Setareh Chong replied to [Learner left FutureLearn]

    Welcome to the course Michele. Hope this course will be of interest especially Weeks 1 and 3.

  • Hello Anna, Welcome to the course.

  • Welcome to the course Bill. Hope you will find the course interesting.

  • Thank you Jo. The link is meant to take you back to Step 1.9. It works for me. Hopefully it was a temporary glitch, which is fixed itself.... But let me know if not.

  • Glad it has been valuable. Chemical bonds are very important in Biology...

  • Welcome to the course Eloise and hope you will find it useful.

  • Welcome to the course Sera and hope you enjoy the course.

  • Hello Lilly, Welcome to the course. Hope you enjoy it. Let us know if you have any questions about our Biosciences courses: https://www.york.ac.uk/biology/undergraduate/

  • Hello Dorothy. Welcome to the course.

  • @JessicaEgan Welcome to the course Jessica and hope this course will be useful. Good luck with your university application. Week 2 covers neuroscience...

  • Thank you for the feedback Aahana.

  • Glad you found it interesting.

  • Welcome Thomas and you are not late at all. Hope you enjoy the course.

  • @GaryE The key is to lower the activation energy. This is achieved by catalysts. Temperature is one type of catalysts (a good one in chemistry or industry), but biologically is useless (as you correctly highlighted and yes, I have read the book- it's a great book :))... Does this make sense?

  • Glad this is sorted.

  • Yes, great point.

  • This is very interesting and thank you for posting. Enzymes can be regulated and that's really key to how things function.

  • Welcome to the course Yutong. Week 2 will be of particular interest.

  • Excellent! Welcome to the course Lon and I hope you will enjoy the course.

  • We hope you enjoy it Emily.

  • Great advice Jennie and welcome to the course.

  • Welcome to the course Catherine. Hope you enjoy it.