Courses 

  • Advanced Cell Biology  (BIOL- 457(G))
    Lecture (3 Credits) 
         This course aims to examine life at its most fundamental level, including mechanisms          and pathways responsible for membrane transport, metabolism, gene expression,              protein synthesis and secretion, membrane trafficking, cytoskeleton dynamics, and cell      signaling.
     

  • Advanced Cell Biology Lab (BIOL- 458(G))
    Lab (2 Credits)
         This class is intended to immerse students in the process of performing scientific                experiments, through which students will master various experimental skills, acquire          the capabilities for data analysis and results interpretation. The model system will be          cultured mammalian cells and/or fixed cells on slides.

  • Neurophysiology​ (BIOL- 472(G))
    Lecture (3 Credits) 
          This course aims to understand neurophysiological activities at the cellular and molecular           level

  • Neurophysiology Lab (BIOL-473(G))
    Lab  (1 Credit) 
          This class is intended to immerse students in the process of performing scientific                         experiments, through which students will master some experimental skills, acquire the                 capabilities for data analysis and result interpretation. The model system will be cultured             neurons and/or fixed cells on slides.

  • BIOL- 410, Individual Project
    1-6 Credit(s)  
          Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience pertainining Basic Knowledge to Advanced Techniques