CBMG - Cell Biology & Molecular Genetics
CBMG626 Quantitative Modeling for Experimental Biologists (2 Credits)
A toolkit for understanding processes through the generation of useful models constrained by data. Topics explored include Simulations, Information Theory, Dynamical Systems, and Control Theory.
Prerequisite: BIOL705; or permission of the instructor .
Recommended: Some familiarity with programming (NetLogo, R and/or Python) is helpful.
CBMG688 Special Topics in Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics (1-4 Credits)
Presentation and discussion of fundamental problems and special subjects in the topics of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics.
CBMG699 Special Problems in Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics (1-3 Credits)
Emphasis is placed on research and discussion of current problems in the area of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics.
Repeatable to: 10 credits if content differs.
CBMG789 Seminar in Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics (2 Credits)
Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics Department Seminar.
Repeatable to: 4 credits if content differs.
CBMG799 Masters Thesis Research (1-6 Credits)
Master's Thesis Research in Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics.
CBMG898 Pre-Candidacy Research (1-8 Credits)
CBMG899 Doctoral Dissertation Research (1-8 Credits)
Doctoral Dissertation Research.