Foundations in Biomedical Sciences I: Protein Structure, Catalysis and Interaction
GMS FC 701
The first module of the Foundations in Biomedical Science course "Protein structure, catalysis and interactions" will provide students with a quantitative understanding of protein structure, function, posttranslational modification and the turnover of proteins in the cell. In addition, students will gain facility with thermodynamics, catalysis, kinetics and binding equilibria as they apply to proteins and also to other molecules in biological systems (e.g. nucleic acids, lipids, vitamins, etc.). This course is part of a series of four core integrated courses and additional elective courses aimed towards first year Ph.D. students in the Division of Graduate Medical Sciences. The four cores will be integrated in content and structure, and therefore are intended to be taken as a complete, progressive sequence. 2 cr, Fall sem.
FALL 2015 Schedule
|A1||Mcknight||L 311||TRF 10:00 am-11:50 am||MED Campus|
|A1||Mcknight||L 109A||F 12:15 pm-1:45 pm||MED Campus|
|A1||Mcknight||L 109B||F 12:15 pm-1:45 pm||MED Campus|
|A1||Mcknight||L 109C||F 12:15 pm-1:45 pm||MED Campus|