Courses

The courses listed below are provided by Student Information Services (SIS). This listing provides a snapshot of immediately available courses within this department and may not be complete. Course registration information can be found at https://sis.jhu.edu/classes/.

Please consult the online course catalog for cross-listed courses and full course information.

AS.020.154 - General Biology Lab II

This course reinforces the topics covered in AS.020.152. Laboratory exercises explore subjects ranging from evolution to anatomy and physiology. Students participate in a project using molecular biology techniques to determine whether specific foods are made from genetically engineered plants. Cross-listed with Behavioral Biology Students who have credit for AP Biology but take General Biology Lab II will lose all four credits of their overall credit for AP Biology.

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Pearlman, Rebecca Shari
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: T 1:30PM - 4:20PM
Status: Waitlist Only

AS.020.137 - Project Lab: Phage Discovery

This is a shortened version of the Phage Hunting I course. Students will isolate, purify, characterize, and image novel bacteriophages from the environment based on their ability to lyse and kill specific bacteria.

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Fisher, Emily J
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: W 1:30PM - 4:00PM
Status: Open

AS.020.136 - Phage Hunting II

This is an introductory course open to all freshman regardless of intended major. No science background is required. This is the second semester of a year-long research-based project lab course in which students will participate in a nation-wide program in collaboration with undergraduates at other colleges. In the spring semester, students will annotate the genome of a bacteriophage isolated and characterized by a student in AS.020.135, in preparation for submission to a database and eventual publication. Enrollment by permission of the instructor only.

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Fisher, Emily J
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: T 1:30PM - 4:00PM
Status: Open

AS.020.154 - General Biology Lab II

This course reinforces the topics covered in AS.020.152. Laboratory exercises explore subjects ranging from evolution to anatomy and physiology. Students participate in a project using molecular biology techniques to determine whether specific foods are made from genetically engineered plants. Cross-listed with Behavioral Biology Students who have credit for AP Biology but take General Biology Lab II will lose all four credits of their overall credit for AP Biology.

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Pearlman, Rebecca Shari
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: M 1:30PM - 4:20PM
Status: Open

AS.020.152 - General Biology II

This course builds on the concepts presented and discussed in General Biology I. The primary foci of this course will be on the diversity of life and on the anatomy, physiology, and evolution of plants and animals. There will be a special emphasis on human biology.

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Roberson, Christov
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: TTh 12:00PM - 1:15PM
Status: Open

AS.020.162 - Current Events in Biology II

Students will discuss current events and controversies in biology, ranging from genetic engineering to nanotechnology in medicine.

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Pearlman, Rebecca Shari
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: Th 12:00PM - 12:50PM
Status: Open

AS.020.305 - Biochemistry

The molecules responsible for the life processes of animals, plants, and microbes will be examined. The structures, biosynthesis, degradation, and interconversion of the major cellular constituents including carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids will illustrate the similarity of the biomolecules and metabolic processes involved in diverse forms of life. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors Only.

Credits: 4.00
Instructor: Fisher, Emily J, Roberson, Christov, Tifft Oshinnaiye, Kathryn Elizabeth
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: MWF 10:00AM - 11:20AM
Status: Open

AS.020.115 - Bioenergetics

This course is a combination of lectures, student presentations and group discussions that address fundamental principles and also contemporary issues examining the way all forms of Life on Earth are ultimately dependent on sunlight to satisfy their food and energy requirements. We examine the steps from the capture of Physical energy (photons), to the development of electrochemical potentials and finally, to their utilization by cellular organelles towards the synthesis of the chemical "currency" that fuels all biological processes (biosynthesis, cell communication, movements, etc.). Special emphasis will be on current developments in biotechnologies that utilize microbial populations to supply us with fuels and also to clean up environmental hazards. The course will also consider ways to extract lessons from Nature's successful designs and harmonious adaptations so that we, in the long run, can utilize them towards a minimization of our negative impact on the environment. Note: Freshmen and Sophomores only, with good foundations in any two of the following: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biophysics.

Credits: 2.00
Instructor: Moudrianakis, E N
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: T 1:30PM - 3:00PM
Status: Open

AS.020.152 - General Biology II

This course builds on the concepts presented and discussed in General Biology I. The primary foci of this course will be on the diversity of life and on the anatomy, physiology, and evolution of plants and animals. There will be a special emphasis on human biology.

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Pearlman, Rebecca Shari, Shingles, Richard
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: MWF 12:00PM - 12:50PM
Status: Open

AS.020.306 - Cell Biology

How the molecules of living systems are organized into organelles, cells, tissues, and organisms will be explored, as well as how the activities of all of these are orchestrated and regulated to produce “life”—a phenomenon greater than the sum of its parts. Considerable emphasis is placed on experimental approaches to answering these questions. Topics covered include biological membranes, cytoskeletal elements, cell locomotion, membrane and protein traffic, the nucleus, signal transduction, the cell cycle, the extracellular matrix, epithelial structure and function. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors only. Recommended Course Background: (AS.020.151 or AS.020.305) or equivalent knowledge of biomolecules or AS.020.303.

Credits: 4.00
Instructor: Kim, Yumi, Tifft Oshinnaiye, Kathryn Elizabeth
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: MWF 12:00PM - 1:15PM
Status: Open

AS.020.312 - Introduction to the Human Brain

This course explores the outstanding problem of biology: how knowledge is represented in the brain. Relating insights from cognitive psychology and systems neuroscience with formal theories of learning and memory, topics include (1) anatomical and functional relations of cerebral cortex, basal ganglia, limbic system, thalamus, cerebellum, and spinal cord; (2) cortical anatomy and physiology including laminar/columnar organization, intrinsic cortical circuit, hierarchies of cortical areas; (3) activity-dependent synaptic mechanisms; (4) functional brain imaging; (5) logicist and connectist theories of cognition; and (6) relation of mental representations and natural language.

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Hedgecock, Edward M
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: TTh 10:30AM - 11:45AM
Status: Open

AS.020.315 - Biochemistry Project lab

This research project laboratory investigates the flow of energy through biological systems using focused examination of key cellular energy-conversion processes. Students will be introduced to the broad field of biochemistry research through computational structural analysis, directed mutation, recombinant protein production, and enzymatic analysis. Participants will be trained in biochemical laboratory techniques and expected to contribute their findings to the scientific community using formal, academic communications.

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Johnson, Eric A
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: Th 1:30PM - 5:20PM
Status: Open

AS.020.315 - Biochemistry Project lab

This research project laboratory investigates the flow of energy through biological systems using focused examination of key cellular energy-conversion processes. Students will be introduced to the broad field of biochemistry research through computational structural analysis, directed mutation, recombinant protein production, and enzymatic analysis. Participants will be trained in biochemical laboratory techniques and expected to contribute their findings to the scientific community using formal, academic communications.

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Johnson, Eric A
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: F 1:30PM - 5:20PM
Status: Open

AS.020.320 - Cell Division Mechanisms and Regulation

This course will focus upon the molecular mechanisms that underpin the reproduction of eukaryotic cells. General topics will include chromosome duplication, mitotic spindle action, cytokinesis, meiosis, cell cycle control, damage repair and checkpoints, and aberrant regulation characteristic of cancer. Most readings will be from recent research manuscripts and review articles. Classes will consist of a mix of lectures and student oral presentations.

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Hoyt, Myles Andrew
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: MW 1:30PM - 2:45PM
Status: Open

AS.020.363 - Developmental Biology

This class will explore the development of animals from a single fertilized egg into a fully formed organism. We will emphasize experimental methods to understand the molecular mechanisms controlling development.

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Norris, Carolyn R, Van Doren, Mark
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: MWF 10:00AM - 10:50AM
Status: Open

AS.020.361 - Advanced Research Lab in Cell and Molecular Biology

An intensive research laboratory course on single-molecule, live-cell imaging of chromatin factors designed for undergraduate students with interests in biochemistry, molecular, cellular and computational biology. The course introduces the use of advanced fluorescence microscopy to visualize the single-molecule dynamic behaviors and spatial distributions of important nuclear proteins and chromatin factors in living cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a model for epigenetic factors conserved in humans. Students will learn and apply imaging and computational tools to localize and track single protein molecules in real time and calculate their diffusive parameters. Students are expected to interpret and integrate data to acquire conceptual insights on chromatin functions, e.g. how chromatin proteins, enzymes, and very large protein complexes are organized in nuclear space and time. Students will also gain practical experience in yeast molecular genetics by engineering protein tags on designated nuclear and chromatin factors, and evaluating protein functionality under natural levels of expression. The focus for spring 2019 will be sequence-specific transcription factors, including pioneer-like transcription factors which are master regulators of gene expression. Students will have 24/7 access to laboratory facilities and are expected to commit two afternoons (~8 hours/week) to their projects. Pre-requisites: Advanced sophomores or upper level students. A minimum of four introductory science courses, including Genetics, Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Physics, Computational Biology, Biophysics, or Computer Sciences. Not open to freshmen. Class size 4-6 students. Permission required to register; interested students should contact Professor Carl Wu (wuc@jhu.edu). The semester course fulfills 3 credits towards the undergraduate B.S. research requirement. Laboratory and Lecture: 2.00 pm – 6.00 pm Tuesdays, Thursdays (spring semester)

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Wu, Carl
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: TTh 2:00PM - 6:00PM
Status: Closed

AS.020.316 - Cell Biology Lab

The Cell Biology Laboratory will use projects with the nematode C. elegans and mouse 3T3 cells in culture to illustrate experimental systems which are used in cell biology. Light microscopy, fluorescence microscopy, RNA interference, fluorescence-activated cell sorting, Western blotting and the culture of nematodes and cells are techniques which will be used. Because we will be using growing organisms, there will be at least one week when students will have to visit the lab the day after their section meets to complete an experiment.

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Horner, Robert D
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: M 1:30PM - 4:30PM
Status: Open

AS.020.340 - Developmental Genetics Lab

This laboratory explores the genetics of living organisms, and students in each section will therefore be required to return to lab on succeeding days to observe and record the results of their experiments. Recommended Course Background: AS.020.316

Credits: 2.00
Instructor: Norris, Carolyn R
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: W 1:30PM - 5:20PM
Status: Waitlist Only

AS.020.347 - AIDS

AIDS is the world's deadliest infectious disease. This course will cover the biology of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV, the infectious agent that causes AIDS), the effects of HIV on the immune system, the pharmacology of the anti-viral agents that are used to suppress HIV infection, and the ongoing quest for an HIV vaccine. Because HIV drugs cannot cure HIV-infected individuals and no HIV vaccine yet exists, we will also study the long-term consequences of HIV infection including opportunistic infections, comorbid conditions, and the HIV-related cancers Kaposi's Sarcoma and AIDS-Related lymphoma. Prerequisite: AS.020.306

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Schroer, Trina A
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: TTh 1:30PM - 2:45PM
Status: Open

AS.020.365 - Intro To Human Skeleton

This course will provide a basic understanding of human skeletal biology, including bone composition and bone growth, recognition of skeletal elements, functional anatomy of different skeletal systems, comparative anatomy, and forensic anthropology (sexing and aging, body size reconstruction, bone pathology). Lectures will be combined with hands-on experience with bone models and real bone specimens.

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Ruff, Christopher B
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: MW 3:00PM - 4:15PM
Status: Waitlist Only

AS.020.355 - Fundamentals of Genome Informatics

This course will cover fundamental methods used in the analysis of genomic sequencing data, with a particular focus on recent developments in comparative and functional genomic assays. In particular, we will cover approaches for 1) genomic sequencing and assembly, including resequencing and personal genomes, 2) comparing genomes and modeling genome evolution, 3) identifying functional elements using both functional genomicsand computational models. While the course will focus on particular problems in genomics, we will emphasize core algorithmic concepts that generalize to the analysis of other types of biological data.

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Taylor, James
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: MW 12:00PM - 1:15PM
Status: Open

AS.020.374 - Comparative Physiology

This course addresses the basic principles that underlie physiological processes in animals. Framed in an evolutionary context, processes ranging from respiration, circulation, neural control, movement, excretion and metabolism will be understood in terms of core principles that also apply to humans. Emphasis is placed on the physical and chemical principles underlying the comparative biology of how different animals solve physiological problems.

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Coppola, Anna
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: TTh 12:00PM - 1:15PM
Status: Open

AS.020.319 - Human Genome Variation

Our bodies differ from one another because of variations in our DNA. This course explores how human populations obtained their unique patterns of variation, and how this variation can be utilized to understand the history, migrations, and interactions of peoples. We will study modern DNA testing methods and what they can tell consumers about their ancestry, health, preferences, and other types of phenotypic diversity. Are such DNA tests ethical?

Credits: 2.00
Instructor: Cunningham, Kyle W
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: F 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Status: Waitlist Only

AS.020.316 - Cell Biology Lab

The Cell Biology Laboratory will use projects with the nematode C. elegans and mouse 3T3 cells in culture to illustrate experimental systems which are used in cell biology. Light microscopy, fluorescence microscopy, RNA interference, fluorescence-activated cell sorting, Western blotting and the culture of nematodes and cells are techniques which will be used. Because we will be using growing organisms, there will be at least one week when students will have to visit the lab the day after their section meets to complete an experiment.

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Horner, Robert D
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: M 1:30PM - 4:30PM
Status: Open

AS.020.377 - Comparative Physiology Lab

This course examines the physiological principles that guide animal life processes. As a complement to the Comparative Animal Physiology lecture course, this Laboratory examines fundamental physiological principles through hands-on investigations of animal physiology using zebrafish and mussel as model systems and research-grade data acquisition systems.

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Coppola, Anna
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: M 1:30PM - 5:30PM
Status: Open

AS.020.335 - Bioenergetics

This course is a combination of lectures, student presentations and group discussions that address fundamental principles and also contemporary issues examining the way all forms of Life on Earth are ultimately dependent on sunlight to satisfy their food and energy requirements. We examine the steps from the capture of Physical energy (photons), to the development of electrochemical potentials and finally, to their utilization by cellular organelles towards the synthesis of the chemical "currency" that fuels all biological processes (biosynthesis, cell communication, movements, etc.). Special emphasis will be on current developments in biotechnologies that utilize microbial populations to supply us with fuels and also to clean up environmental hazards. The course will also consider ways to extract lessons from Nature's successful designs and harmonious adaptations so that we, in the long run, can utilize them towards a minimization of our negative impact on the environment. Note for Juniors and Seniors: in addition to attending the lectures they are expected to analyze assigned relevant research articles and submit reports of their analyses and conclusions. Admission, by approval of instructor.

Credits: 2.00
Instructor: Moudrianakis, E N
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: T 1:30PM - 3:00PM
Status: Canceled

AS.020.337 - Stem Cells & the Biology of Aging & Disease

This will be a team-taught lecture course that focuses on the properties of stem cells, their possible role in cancer (breast and prostate), stem cell aging, and the potential utilization of stem cells for therapy. Topics will include: mechanisms of stem cell renewal, stem cell potency, the impact of the stem cell niche, stem cells and the hematopoietic system, stem cells and the neural system, stem cells in the male and female gonads, induced pluripotent stem cells and cellular reprogramming, stem cell changes with aging, and ethical and policy issues in stem cell research and use. Most lectures will be research-oriented. Students will be expected to read and critically analyze current literature, with an emphasis on the experimental bases from which our current understandings derive.

Credits: 2.00
Instructor: Zirkin, Barry R
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: W 3:00PM - 4:45PM
Status: Waitlist Only

AS.020.340 - Developmental Genetics Lab

This laboratory explores the genetics of living organisms, and students in each section will therefore be required to return to lab on succeeding days to observe and record the results of their experiments. Recommended Course Background: AS.020.316

Credits: 2.00
Instructor: Norris, Carolyn R
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: T 1:30PM - 5:20PM
Status: Waitlist Only

AS.020.344 - Virology

This course will cover basic principles of viral replication and pathogenesis, as well as the host response to viral infection. It will then focus on several viruses of interest, including HIV-1, Influenza, Human Papilloma Virus, Hepatitis C, Ebola Virus, and Zika Virus.

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Beemon, Karen L
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: TTh 1:30PM - 2:45PM
Status: Open

AS.020.375 - Human Anatomy

This course is meant to be an introduction to human gross anatomy. It will seek to give students enough background in anatomical knowledge and vocabulary to help them in their initial training in medical school, however, it will not be a substitute for anatomy courses in medical school. It will focus on normal adult anatomy, and it will cover each of the main regions of the body – i.e., thorax, abdomen and pelvis, back and limbs, and head-&-neck. Lectures will cover descriptive and functional anatomy, ultimately leaving students with a better understanding of anatomical terminology and 3D relationships of structures within the human body, and better problem-solving skills as they begin to relate symptoms to causes, again at the gross anatomical level.

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Sylvester, Adam
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: TTh 3:00PM - 4:15PM
Status: Open

AS.020.402 - Seminar: Molecular & Cellular Biology

This is a weekly seminar designed for students enrolled in the BA/MS program. The seminar involves student presentations of research and discussion of topics of current interest in the field. BA/MS students only.

Credits: 3.00
Instructor: Tifft Oshinnaiye, Kathryn Elizabeth
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: Th 5:00PM - 8:00PM
Status: Open

AS.020.377 - Comparative Physiology Lab

This course examines the physiological principles that guide animal life processes. As a complement to the Comparative Animal Physiology lecture course, this Laboratory examines fundamental physiological principles through hands-on investigations of animal physiology using zebrafish and mussel as model systems and research-grade data acquisition systems.

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Coppola, Anna
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: T 1:30PM - 5:30PM
Status: Open

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Beemon, Karen L
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Kuruvilla, Rejji
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Zhao, Haiqing
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Tifft Oshinnaiye, Kathryn Elizabeth
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Freire, Ernesto I
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Hoyt, Myles Andrew
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Hedgecock, Edward M
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.442 - Mentoring in General Biology

This course provides students who have taken General Biology I & II the opportunity to mentor new students in General Biology I & II. Mentors collaborate with faculty on how to lead effective sessions, help student teams complete team assignments, and generally help students understand difficult concepts and principles in biology. Mentors must have a firm command of the topics covered in biology and must meet with both faculty and students through the course of the semester. To become a mentor, students must have successfully completed AS.020.151/AS.020.152, must apply using the form on the Biology Department website, and must be accepted by the instructors. The deadline to apply is April 8th. Recommended Course Background: AS.020.151/AS.020.152

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Pearlman, Rebecca Shari, Shingles, Richard
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: F 1:30PM - 1:40PM
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Cunningham, Kyle W
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Pearlman, Rebecca Shari
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Diruggiero, Jocelyne
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Moudrianakis, E N
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Gall, Joseph G
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Wendland, Beverly R
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Schroer, Trina A
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.442 - Mentoring in General Biology

This course provides students who have taken General Biology I & II the opportunity to mentor new students in General Biology I & II. Mentors collaborate with faculty on how to lead effective sessions, help student teams complete team assignments, and generally help students understand difficult concepts and principles in biology. Mentors must have a firm command of the topics covered in biology and must meet with both faculty and students through the course of the semester. To become a mentor, students must have successfully completed AS.020.151/AS.020.152, must apply using the form on the Biology Department website, and must be accepted by the instructors. The deadline to apply is April 8th. Recommended Course Background: AS.020.151/AS.020.152

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Pearlman, Rebecca Shari, Shingles, Richard
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings: F 1:10PM - 1:20PM
Status: Waitlist Only

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Chen, Xin
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Norris, Carolyn R
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.502 - Introduction Independent Study

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Horner, Robert D
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Huang, Ruchih C
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Kaiser, Christian M
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Taylor, James
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: McCaffery, John Michael
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Hilser, Vincent
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Roberson, Christov
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Fisher, Emily J
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Johnston, Robert J, Jr.
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Lee, Young-Sam
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Green, Rachel
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Hilser, Vincent
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Lee, Young-Sam
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.512 - Independent Study

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Schildbach, Joel F
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.512 - Independent Study

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Lee, Young-Sam
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Greider, Carolyn W
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Wirtz, Denis
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.506 - Internship - Biology

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Van Doren, Mark
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Beemon, Karen L
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.512 - Independent Study

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Van Doren, Mark
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Tifft Oshinnaiye, Kathryn Elizabeth
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Shingles, Richard
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Lee, Hey-Kyoung
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.506 - Internship - Biology

Credits: 1.00
Instructor: Cunningham, Kyle W
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Kim, Yumi
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 1.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Kim, John
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: McCaffery, John Michael
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Kim, John
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Zhao, Haiqing
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.504 - Introduction to Research

Perm. Req'd. Freshmen or Sophomores only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Wu, Carl
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Van Doren, Mark
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Wendland, Beverly R
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Chen, Xin
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.512 - Independent Study

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Cunningham, Kyle W
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Hilser, Vincent
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Pearlman, Rebecca Shari
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Kuruvilla, Rejji
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Diruggiero, Jocelyne
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Kaiser, Christian M
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Gall, Joseph G
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Zappulla, David C
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Norris, Carolyn R
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Johnston, Robert J, Jr.
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Hedgecock, Edward M
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Greider, Carolyn W
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Taylor, James
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.553 - Mentored Research

BA/MS candidates only.

Credits: 9.00
Instructor: Horner, Robert D
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Horner, Robert D
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Roberson, Christov
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Moudrianakis, E N
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Zheng, Yixian
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Freire, Ernesto I
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Gordus, Andrew George
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Wu, Carl
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Fisher, Emily J
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Kim, Yumi
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required

AS.020.514 - Research Problems

Perm. Req'd. Juniors and Seniors only

Credits: 0.00 - 3.00
Instructor: Schleif, Robert F
Term: Spring 2019
Meetings:
Status: Approval Required