• Cellular Aging and Human Longevity

    Cells undergo aging and have limited lifespans. This lecture course covers the genetic, molecular, and cellular mechanisms that control cellular aging...

  • Inorganic Electrochemistry

    In this course, students will learn basic principles of electrochemistry with a particular focus on redox behavior of transition metals including met...

  • Immunology

    In this course, students will learn basic principles of immunology including the cellular and molecular mechanism of innate and adaptive immunity. The...

  • Theoretical and Applied Fluid Mechanics

    We will introduce basic concepts of flow of fluids. We will discuss conservation laws and constitutive  equations. We will derive the Navier-Stokes...

  • Learning and Behavior

    *not offered for 2018 and 2019 This course aims to introduce the function of the brain at the macroscopic level, namely, the control of behaviors and...

  • Molecular Electron Tomography

    The course will show through theoretical and practical work how the 3D structure of a protein can be determined to about 2nm resolution directly in a ...

  • Computational Neuroscience

    Computational neuroscience has a rich history going back to the original Hodgkin-Huxley model of the action potential and the work of Wilfrid Rall on ...

  • Epigenetics

    Epigenetic regulation of gene activity is essential for development and response to environmental changes in living organisms. This course introduces ...

  • Molecular Oncology and Cell Signalling

    This course consists of lectures and exercises. First, students learn, through lectures, recent progress in cancer research and the mechanism of carci...

  • Human Subjects Research: A Primer

    This course is designed to introduce students to research with human subjects. The course will cover study conceptualization, research design, samplin...