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Fall 2021
Jul 22, 2024
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GPLS 600 - CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BASIS OF TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH
This course provides a comprehensive and in- depth overview of molecular biology, genetics, protein structure and function, biochemistry, cell signaling, and immunology. The course is designed for incoming master’s degree students who are interested in pursuing translational research, and/or who are planning to attend medical school. The course is also designed for post-doctoral fellows, nursing students, clinicians and or other professionals and faculty involved In translational research that do not have a traditional background in cellular and molecular biology. This course also forms the backbone for subsequent specialized translational coursework and research. The course is offered in the Fall semester and consists of 4-6 hours per week of on-line lectures recorded from the 8-credit Core Course (GPL 601); the course involves mandatory participation in on-line discussion boards, weekly journal articles or problem sets, and a 2 hour in-class, faculty-led integration session. These integration sessions are used to discuss the weekly lectures, to give students the opportunity to ask faculty members questions, and to present/discuss the weekly journal article and problem sets. Exams (3 in total) are also given during this in-class time.
5.000 Credit hours

Schedule Types: Lecture

Graduate School Division
Graduate Program in Life Sci Department


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