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Undergraduate HONOR Seminar 1 Credit, Fall 2008 (BIOL494)

This seminar has a number of major objectives: 1) to introduce you to lifelong task of keeping up with the new scientific information; 2) to teach you how to read and listen to the primary reports of scientific discoveries in a form of a Journal Club and how to properly critique the content of such reports; 3) to develop the skill of the separation of an objective scientific information reported in the paper or in the presentation from the scientific speculation (a hypotheses) that still warrant further research to be proven; 4) to chart future experimental plan according to given state of the knowledge in a certain field; 5) Entirely novel objective ! to integrate you into Wikipedia community

SYLLABUS 494

ZIPPED (RAR) archive of the paper for presentations

WIKIPEDIA lecture

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BIOL695/BIOS704: Genes and Environment in human diseases.

This is a 1 credit seminar course aiming in understanding of interactions of genes and environmental factors in the pathogenesis of complex (multifactorial) human diseases. This class will meet five times during Fall semester of 2008.   As a part of this class students will do detailed, one-hour long presentations and written essay on related topic.

SYLLABUS 2008

ZIPPED (RAR) archive with all the papers for presentations

GENES and ENVIRONMENT lecture

 

Undergraduate GENE THERAPY 1 Credit, Summer2007 (BIOL417)

Gene Therapy course (1 credit) will cover general principles of modern therapeutic approaches to treat inherited human diseases and cancer. Topics discussed in course includes a review of basic mechanisms and approaches in gene therapy, compilations of current clinical trial efforts, methods of gene delivery, immune therapeutics, oncolytic virus therapeutics, antisense therapeutics as well as ethical considerations in all these novel methods of therapy.

Enterprise Hall 278

Wednesdays 3:40 pm - 6:50 pm (Session A) - May 23rd is the first class

SYLLABUS 417

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LECTURE 5

Graduate GENE THERAPY 1 Credit, Summer2007 (BIOL692)

Robinson Hall A101

Tuesdays 3:40 PM -6:50 PM (Session A) - May 22nd is the first class

SYLLABUS 692

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LECTURE 5

 

 

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