Classes

BIO 250: Biology Journal Club

Bio 250 is a scientific journal club in which students will present published research papers to their peers, providing the …
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BIO 328/328L: Human Clinical Parasitology

This course considers the biology of protozoan and helminth parasites of humans and includes an introduction to tropical medicine. Lectures …
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BIO 329: Neurobiology

This course provides an introduction to molecular, cellular and organismal neuroscience. After exploring basic topics including electrical excitability, neurotransmitters and …
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BIO 358/358L: Life on a Changing Planet

The focus of this course is on the unique position of humans in nature-our ability to understand the historical background …
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BIO 365: Cancer Biology

This course provides an overview of cancer biology. With a focus on the molecular genetics of cancer, the course explores …
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BIO 382/382L: Human Genetics

This course examines the genetic mechanism in humans, including data analysis and problem solving skills. The course includes an exposure …
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BIO 385, 498 and 499: Experiential Inquiry and Independent Study in the Biological Sciences

For an overview of Experiential Learning in the Department of Biological Sciences, Click here. BIO 385 is a hybrid course that …
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AN 300: Life After Death in London

Human burials can inform us about social organization, health, and lived experiences in the past. In this course, we will …
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AN 243: Ancient Food for Thought

In this course, students explore the origins (and consequences) of food production and consumption from an anthropological perspective. Participants examine …
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