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    • BIBL1006B: Human Genetics 

      Golin, John (2021-01)
      Course goals: The field of human genetics has expanded enormously over the past decade. This knowledge has shaped advances in law, agriculture, and medicine. One goal of this course is to introduce students to the basic ...
    • BIO1011BD: Biology Principles - Fall 2021 

      Loewy, B. (2021-09)
      This semester you will be introduced to the realms of the chemical context of life: matter and energy, the cell and metabolism. Though factual recall is integral, it is most important to focus on conceptual and analytical ...
    • BIO2730C: Human Anatomy - Fall 2021 

      Odien, Jennifer; Mollin, Jeffrey (2021-09)
      Goals: • To provide students of Biology with basic exposure to the descriptive science of Anatomy • To provide students entering the Health Professions with a Framework for the study of Human Anatomy including the use ...
    • BIO3221 / PUB3221: Nutrition - Fall 2021 

      Weinreb, Raizy (2021-09)
      Fundamental principles of nutrition for healthy living of the individual and the family. The course covers digestion, absorption, metabolism, and function of nutrients. It explores safe food practices for individuals. ...
    • BIO3513: Genetics - Lab 

      Babich, H. (2022-01)
      Goals and objectives: • Develop/understand the following laboratory skills: data analysis (chi-square test); chromosome staining; Allium genotoxicity assay; basic techniques in handling Drosophila melanogaster; paper ...
    • BIO3513D: Genetics 

      Babich, H. (2021-01)
      Course goals and abjectives: Goal #1. Students will acquire an understanding of the laws of genetics as applied, in particular, to human beings. Objective /a. Students will demonstrate knowledge of Mendelian genetics, ...
    • BIO3513Lab: Genetics - Fall 2021 

      Babich, H. (2021-09)
      develop the following laboratory skills: data analysis (chi-square test); microscopy - brightfield microscopy, stereomicroscopy, inverted microscopy; chromosome staining; Allium genotoxicity assay; Ames assay; basic ...
    • BIO3513Lecture: Genetics - Fall 2021 

      Babich, H. (2021-09)
      Students will acquire an understanding of the laws of genetics as applied, in particular, to human beings. Objective 1a. Students will demonstrate knowledge of Mendelian genetics, based on the cellular principles of ...
    • BIOL1006B: Human Genetics - Fall 2021 

      Golin, John (2021-09)
      Course goals: The field of human genetics has expanded enormously over the past decade. This knowledge has shaped advances in law, agriculture, and medicine. One goal of this course is to introduce students to the basic ...
    • BIOL1011Y: Principles of Biology I Lab - Fall 2021 

      Alayev, Anya; Bassman, Bill; Katz, Amanda (2021-09)
      You are expected to attend each lab. If you miss a lab, it is your responsibility to complete ALL the work. Students absent from 2 or more lab sessions cannot receive credit for laboratory. It is important that you get ...
    • BIOL1012C: Biology Principles 

      Loewy, B. (2021-01)
      This semester you will be introduced to the realms of Genetics, Molecular Biology, Micro & Macro Evolution, and Human Physiology. Though factual recall is integral, it is most important to focus on conceptual and analytical ...
    • BIOL1012H: Biology Principles - Honors 

      Katz, Amanda (2021-01)
      The goal of this course is to enable students to become fluent in the fundamentals of biology. We will build on first semester and learn about genetics and biological systems.
    • BIOL1376H / CHEM1376H: Principles of Biochemistry - Fall 2021 

      Drori, Ran (2021-09)
      Biochemistry is the chemical description of biomolecules that interact in living cells and allow organisms to function. In this course, we will use our knowledge obtained in organic chemistry to answer basic questions of ...
    • BIOL2601A: Human Development 

      Weiss, Richard (2021-01)
      Goals: Students considering health care professions- including genetics related fields- should acquire a detailed understanding of the normal development of the embryo and fetus. Students should also be able to demonstrate ...
    • BIOL2730: Human Anatomy 

      Odien, Jennifer (2021-01)
      Goals: • To provide students of Biology with basic exposure to the descriptive science of Anatomy • To provide students entering the Health Professions with a Framework for the study of Human Anatomy including the use ...
    • BIOL3207C: Cell Biology 

      Vigodner, Margarita (2021-01)
      Cell Biology is an exciting and rapidly developing field. Ongoing research in the field is constantly proving newer concepts and disproving older ones. Today, to achieve your career goals, it is important for you not only ...
    • BIOL3207C: Cell Biology - Fall 2021 

      Vigodner, Margarita (2021-09)
      Cell Biology is an exciting and rapidly developing field. Ongoing research in the field is constantly proving newer concepts and disproving older ones. Today, to achieve your career goals, it is important for you not only ...
    • BIOL3207Y: Cell Biology Lab 

      Katz, Amanda (2021-01)
      Laboratory objectives: • To learn the basic language and methods of cell biology including pipetting techniques, dilutions, electrophoresis, protein assays, microscopy, western blot analysis, ELISA assay, dot blot and ...
    • BIOL3207Y: Cell Biology Lab - Fall 2021 

      Katz, Amanda (2021-09)
      Laboratory objectives: • To learn the basic language and methods of cell biology including pipetting techniques, dilutions, electrophoresis, protein assays, microscopy, western blot analysis, ELISA assay, dot blot ...
    • BIOL3207Y: Cell Biology Lab - Fall 2021 

      Alayev, Anya (2021-09)
      Laboratory objectives: • To learn the basic language and methods of cell biology including pipetting techniques, dilutions, electrophoresis, protein assay, microscopy, cell counting, western blot analysis, ELISA ...