Molecular Biology, Cell Biology & Biochemistry

  • GRS MB 697: A Bridge to Knowledge: A Practical Seminar for First-Year Graduate Students in Biology
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: first-year MA or PhD students in Biology or MCBB, or first-time teaching fellows in Biology or MCBB.
    A seminar for first-year biology and MCBB graduate students. Basic pedagogical theory and professional development topics are covered. The course is intended to help students become effective teachers and members of the graduate community. Also offered as GRS BI 697.
  • GRS MB 721: Graduate Biochemistry
    Introductory biochemistry course that in one semester covers the major principles of biochemistry; proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, lipids, and metabolism. Emphasis on how knowledge was derived and the theoretical principles governing biochemistry.
  • GRS MB 722: Advanced Biochemistry
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: (CAS BI/CH 421 & 422) or (GRS BI/CH 621 & 622) or CAS CH 273 or GRS MB 721.
    An advanced treatment of the underlying theories, principles, mechanisms, and chemistry of current biochemical investigation. Selected topics may include enzyme mechanics, protein structure and folding, bioinformatics, signal transduction, nucleic-acid protein interactions, techniques in proteomics, and genetic disease mechanisms.
  • GRS MB 907: Research in Molecular Biology, Cell Biology & Biochemistry
    Research in a selected topic in molecular biology, cell biology and biochemistry.
  • GRS MB 908: Research in Molecular Biology, Cell Biology & Biochemistry.
    Research in a selected topic in molecular biology, cell biology and biochemistry.