Jul 23, 2018  
2017-2018 Catalogue 
    
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BI 326 - Cancer Biology


Compared to all other premature-death-causing diseases, cancer and cancer-related deaths cause largest personal and economic impact, worldwide. The course will introduce students to the genetic and cell biology of cancer, and cancer therapies.  Emphasis will be placed on the molecular and cellular basis of cancer biology. In addition, students will develop skills in literature searches for primary research articles, and preparation and delivery of an effective research seminar.

Four credits.

Prerequisite(s): BI 101   or BI 102   or BI 103   or permission of instructor.



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