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- D class assignments for graduate students available in KAM400; phone (323) 442-1145.
- Registration only upon permission of the department concerned. D class assignments are assigned by the academic department.
Experimental logic used to determine the mechanism of disease development, identity and validate therapeutic targets, and design therapeutic approaches.
|40400D||046||Lecture||5:00-7:00pm||Tue, Thu||20 of 40||Sita Reddy,|
Justin Ichida,Lucio Comai,
Min Yu,Shannon Mumenthaler,
Ram Subramanyan,Ching Lien
Chemistry of peptides and proteins; protein structure and folding; molecular basis of protein action. Recommended preparation: general biochemistry. Open only to graduate students.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Master Student, Professional Year 1, Doctoral Student, Graduate Visitor
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the INTD department but may qualify for major credit in BIOC. To register, enroll in INTD 549.
|40656D||046||Lecture||1:00-2:50pm||Tue, Thu||31 of 60||Tobias Ulmer,|
Macromolecular processes and their regulation in prokaryotics; DNA replication, transcription, and post-transcriptional events in general and as related to operons, phage biology, and eukaryotic organelles.
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the MICB department but may qualify for major credit in BIOC. To register, enroll in MICB 551.
|40743D||046||Lecture||9:00-11:00am||Mon, Wed||0 of 50||Stanley Tahara||ONLINE|
Explore how the development of various classes of anti-cancer drugs came about: the rationales behind their design, what was discovered about their biochemical mechanisms of action and whether their clinical activities came up to the original expectations. Other aspects such as the origin of the concepts of combination chemotherapy and biochemical modulation will also be addressed.
|40399D||046||Lecture||10:00-11:50am||Friday||3 of 30||Peter Danenberg||ONLINE|
Lectures by peers; formal critique; prepare and present own research to faculty and peer audiences.
Mammalian organ systems operation during health, and pathophysiologic analysis of related diseases with focus on neuroscience, immunology, metabolism, endocrine, reproduction, GI and liver. Faculty from basic and clinical sciences.
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the INTD department but may qualify for major credit in BIOC. To register, enroll in INTD 573.
|40664D||046||Lecture||1:00-2:50pm||Tue, Thu||10 of 50||Harvey Kaslow,|
Minnie Mc Millan,
Florence Hofman,Huizhong Tao,
Research leading to the master of science degree. Maximum units which may be applied to the degree will be determined by the department. Graded CR/NC.
|40368D||001||1.0-10.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||34 of 35||Judd Rice,|
Credit on acceptance of Thesis. Graded IP/CR/NC.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Master Student
|40371D||001||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 35||Judd Rice||OFFICE|
Part-time or full-time, practical work experience in the students field of study. The internship must be located at an off-campus facility. Students are individually supervised by faculty. May not be taken until the student has completed at least one semester of enrollment in the graduate program with a cumulative 3.0 GPA.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Doctoral Student, Master Student
|40366D||046||1.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 25||Judd Rice||OFFICE|