BIO 471/671: Cell and Developmental Biology Laboratory
Taught Fall Semesters
Survey of current methods employed in cell and developmental biology studies, including microscopy and imaging techniques, spatial analyses of gene expression, protein expression and localization, cell fractionation, immunocytochemistry. Review of general laboratory methods, data analysis and reporting.
BIO 400/600: Reproductive Physiology
Taught Spring Semesters
This is a lecture course that will cover the physiology of reproduction in males and females with an emphasis on human reproduction. Topics covered include: Ovary and testis function, the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis, fertilization, pregnancy, infertility, and reproductive cancers.
BIO 460: Undergraduate Research Laboratory in Biology
Work in research laboratories to acquire skills and techniques. Maximum 3 credits may go towards degree requirements.
BIO 610: Graduate Research Laboratory in Biology
Work in research laboratories to acquire skills and techniques. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits