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  Home > Graduate Programs and Degrees Offered > Comparative and Molecular Biosciences > Courses and Seminars
 

Courses and Seminars

Fall term
CMB 5180: Ecology of Infectious Diseases
CMB 5200: Introductory Statistical Genetics and Genomics
CMB 8134:
Ethical Conduct of Animal Research
CMB 8202: Mechanisms of Animal Health and Disease II
CMB 8344: Mechanisms of Hormone Action
CMB 8371:
Mucosal Immunobiology
CMB 8481:
Advanced Neuropharmaceutics
CMB 8361: Neuro-Immune Interactions

Spring term 
CMB 5381: Pathogenesis of Infectious Zoonotic Diseases
CMB 5910: Grant Writing: What Makes a Winning Proposal?
CMB 8012: Basic Concepts in Skeletal Biology
CMB 8303: Comparative Models of Disease
CMB 8335:
Molecular Biology Techniques


Fall and Spring terms
CMB 5594: Directed Research in Comparative and Molecular Biosciences 
CMB 8100: Research Rotation in Comparative and Molecular Biosciences 
CMB 8333: Advanced Master's (full-time equivalent)
CMB 8394: Directed Research in Comparative Biomedical Sciences
CMB 8444: Advanced Doctoral (full-time equivalent)
CMB 8550: Seminar in Comparative and Molecular Biosciences 
CMB 8560:
Research and Literature Reports
CMB 8666: Doctoral Pre-Thesis Credits
CMB 8777: Thesis Credits, Master's
CMB 8888: Thesis credits, Doctoral

Seminar Courses

CMB 8550 Seminar in Comparative and Molecular Biosciences
This seminar course exposes students to research activities of fellow CMB students and faculty via oral presentation of scientific data. This course meets on Tuesdays, from noon to 1:00 p.m.


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