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MCB 529: Special Topics Cell Devel Biol

Section Type Times Days Location Instructor
ME LCD TBA TBA TBA Henry, J
Medical Embryology This course is designed for graduate students and professional students with a sincere interest in the discipline. The course covers the general topic of human embryology, from the initial development of the germs cells, fertilization, and the key events that take place suring the devleopme of the conceptus and fetus leading up to birth. A large emphasis is placed on the clinical significance of those events as their basis in a vast array of fetal, neonatal and adult clinical pathologies.
MUG LCD 11:00 AM - 12:20 PM T TBA Gillette, M
Current Issues in the Biology of Neurons and Glia. This course will be taught in 532 Morrill.
VM CNF 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM T TBA Degnan, P; Vanderpool, C; Whitaker, R
Viruses infect cellular organisms, large and small. This discussion-based course will investigate both the current and historical literature on viruses of microbes in an effort to understand their fundamental biology, genetics, genomics, ecology and evolution. In addition students will present their on-going research projects for feedback and discussion.
Description Discussion of current topics of interest in higher eukaryotic cellular and molecular biology, development, neurobiology; seminar or lecture format. Topics vary. May be repeated to a maximum of 8 hours. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
Credit Hours 1 to 4 hours
Web Site http://www.life.illinois.edu/mcb/529/