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BMS 602: Techniques in BioMolecular Sciences

Biomolecular Sciences

This graduate elective provides junior (first-second year) graduate students with an introduction to the ongoing research and methodologies conducted in pharmacology and related (environmental toxicology and pharmacognosy) biomolecular fields. Students will engage with faculty in the classroom and in their lab space for hands-on experience in common laboratory methods and techniques such as biostatistics, microscopy, polymerase-chain reaction, protein quantification, Western blot, enzyme- linked immunosorbent assay, mass spectrometry, grant writing/reviewing, etc.

2 Credits

Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: Lecture for BMS 602

Subject Areas

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