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Bios 371 will offer students a close-up look at an area of contemporary biological and biomedical research in a small-group seminar setting. Each seminar will focus on a different area of research through reading and discussion of recent research articles in that focus area. The faculty discussion leader for each seminar will be drawn from Baylor College of Medicine, UT Health Science Center, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Rice or elsewhere in the Texas Medical Center. Pre-/co-requisite Bios 341 (Cell Biology) or Bios 301 (Biochemistry).

Available sections for Spring 2010

Bios 371-001: Thursdays at 4:00–5:20 pm, Dr. Choel Kim, instructor

Bios 371-002: Wednesdays at 4:00–5:20 pm, Dr. Laszlo Radvanyi, instructor (additional prerequisite: Bios 372 Immunology)

Feel free to contact the course coordinator, Dereth Phillips (derethp (at) rice (dot) edu), for general questions about Bios 371, to put your name on a waiting list for a filled section, or (faculty) to discuss the possibility of teaching a section of the course.

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Bios 371 is coordinated by Dereth Phillips in the Department of Biochemistry and Cell Biology as part of Reading to Research, a project designed to lead students from the scientific literature to participation in laboratory research. The Reading to Research program is funded through an HHMI Professor grant awarded to Bonnie Bartel.

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