Cell Signaling in Health and Disease

GMS BT 465

Prereq: BT 405 (Biochem) and BT 342 (Cell Bio)or consent of program director. This course covers the major signal transduction pathways and crosstalk, as well as their contribution in maintaining cellular homeostasis. Students examine malfunctions in these pathways that could lead to development of various diseases. In addition, the molecular logic that underlies current and future therapies are explored. 

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Rankin S 9:00 am-12:00 pm 72 E Concord
L 206
GMS Bt 342 &
GMS Bt 405
MED Campus

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