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Sep 08, 2014
3:30 PM
Faculty Poster Session Day 1
Lubin Dining Hall

 

Sep 09, 2014
3:30 PM
Faculty Poster Session Day 2
Lubin Dining Hall

Thesis Defense Seminars

Thursday, September 04, 2014
12:00 PM

"Structural Basis for Signaling in the TNF and TNFR Superfamilies"
Weifeng Liu

Tuesday, September 09, 2014
12:00 PM

Chemoenzymatic synthesis and application of carbohydrates
Dr. Xi Chen

Monday, September 15, 2014
5:00 PM

4th Annual Declaration Celebration
TBA

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Course Blocks

Block I

 

Block II

 

Block III

 

Biochemistry (8 weeks)

Biostatistics II (13 weeks)

Clinical Research 101: Fundamentals Of Clinical Research Methods (13 weeks)

Cryoelectron Microscopy of Macromolecular Assemblies (13 weeks)
(Course Location is Off-Campus at NYSBC)  

Epidemiology II (13 weeks)

Introduction to Systems Biology (8 weeks)

MSTP Cardiac Physiology (Special 5 weeks given during rotation period)

MSTP Genomics 101 (Special 5 weeks given during rotation period)

Membrane Physiology and Transport (1st 4 weeks)

Microbes (1st 4 weeks)

Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience (13 weeks)

Molecular Genetics (8 weeks)

Pillars of Biology (Special 12 weeks Student run course)

Quantitative Imaging of Cells (13 weeks; Bi-Annual)

Viruses (2nd 4 weeks)

 

Advanced Mammalian Genetics (2nd 4 weeks)        

Biology of Aging (8 weeks; Bi-Annual)

Chemical Biology (8 weeks)

Computational Biology of Proteins (8 weeks)

Design and Conduct of Clinical Research (8 weeks)

Developmental Neuroscience (13 weeks)

Fundamentals of Course Design & Teaching (more than 13 weeks)

Fundamentals of Molecular Biophysics (8 weeks)

Gene Expression: Beyond the Double Helix (8 weeks)

Immunology (8 weeks)

Membrane Potential & Transport (13 weeks)

Mini Workshop on Modern Techniques Applied to Biomedical Research (8 weeks)

Molecular Approaches to Drug Action and Design (8 weeks)

Molecular Cell Biology (course runs dual Block 2 & 3)

MSTP Mechanisms of Disease (5 weeks)

NMR for Chemistry and Enzymology (8 weeks)

Responsible Conduct of Research (8 weeks)

 

Advanced Topics in Epidemiology & Biostatistics (13 weeks)        

Biochemistry of Human Metabolism (8 weeks)

Biophysical Methods (8 weeks)

Biostatistics III w/Data Analysis Lab (13 weeks)

Cancer: A Basic Science Approach (8 weeks; Bi-Annual)

Cell Biology of Neuronal Function (2nd 4 weeks)

Computational Genomics & Epigenomics (8 weeks)

Enzyme Drug Targets: Structure and Mechanism (2nd 4 weeks)

Genetic Basis of Behavioral Disorders (13 weeks; Bi-Annual)

Glycobiology (1st 4 weeks)

Hormone Action And Signal Transduction (8 weeks)

Mechanisms of Disease (8 weeks) 

Phenotyping of Genetically Engineered Mice and Mouse Models of Disease (8 weeks; Bi-Annual)

Protein Folding: Disease to Design (8 weeks)

Proteomics (8 weeks)

Quantitative Skills for the Biomedical Researcher (8 weeks)

Renal, Respiratory and Acid-Base Physiology (1st 4 weeks)

Special Topics in Molecular Genetics (8 weeks)

Stem Cells, Differentiation, and Disease (8 weeks)

Systems Biology Seminar (8 weeks)

Systems Neuroscience (13 weeks)

Topics in Developmental Biology & Disease (8 weeks; Bi-Annual)

 
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