Fall 2022 - MBB 821 G100
Cell and Molecular Biology Colloquium (1)
Class Number: 2220
Delivery Method: In Person
Recent research articles on the molecular mechanisms underlying cellular activities will be presented and discussed by students and faculty, with an emphasis on critically analyzing concepts, experimental design, and methodology. A student may not take more than 3 units of colloquia for credit.
CLASS TIMES: WEDNESDAYS - 13:00 TO 14:00 IN SSB 7172
In this seminar course, recent research articles will be analyzed to provide an up-to-date understanding of the molecular mechanisms regulating cellular responses. Students will present papers that describe novel findings pertaining to cellular dynamics, structure, or regulation. Student seminars will focus on critical analysis of the concepts and experiments reported in the chosen paper. Students will select research articles in consultation with the instructor.
- Oral presentations 50%
- Class discussion and participation 50%
None; material to be covered will be drawn directly from primary literature.
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