Classes

BIO 240: Cell Communication

This class focuses on the molecular mechanisms by which cells communicate with each other. Using examples from both prokaryotes and …

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 …

BIO 282/282L: Genetics

This course considers the basic principles of inheritance, including data analysis and problem-solving skills. Students gain laboratory experience with a …

BIO 300/300L (Special Topics): Vertebrate Zoology

This course examines the origin, diversity, adaptations, and natural history of the main vertebrate lineages: fishes, amphibians, reptiles (including dinosaurs …

BIO 346/346L: Cell Physiology

This course examines the physiology of the cell with emphasis on the structure and function of the eukaryotic cell. Topics …

BIO 350: Cardiovascular Physiology

The focus of this course is to advance the study of the mammalian heart. This clinically-oriented course examines the structure …

BIO 375/375L: Physiological Models for Human Disease

This course investigates cellular and molecular mechanisms of animal physiology using a variety of animal model systems including Drosophila melanogaster …

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 …

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 …