397MH - Cellular & Molecular Biology Lab
ABOUT THE COURSE
Cellular and Molecular Biology Lab is a hands-on project-based course where students explore aspects of cell biology, particularly how proteins within cells are targeted to their correct intracellular location. To approach this cell biological question, students will be using a host of current tools in the life sciences including, bioinformatics, DNA cloning, cell transformation, and microscopy. This course is meant to provide a laboratory perspective to many of the concepts taught in Biology 285. It is NOT necessary to have taken Biology 285, but students must at least be enrolled in Biology 285 concurrently with this course.
Preference for placement into the course will be given to academically excellent sophomores and juniors. I am NOT looking for extensive prior coursework--after all, for a course aimed at sophomores, this would not be expected. Although the course targets sophomores and juniors, seniors may also be accepted into the course, so if you are senior, do apply.
Prerequisite: Biology 285 or concurrent enrollment in Biology 285.
Please fill out the form below. For any course listed that you have taken AT UMASS AMHERST, please indicate the semester the course was taken and the grade you received.
Enrollment will be on a rolling basis until the course is filled. When your application has been accepted you will be notified by the instructor.
For those courses you have not taken, please leave spaces blank. If you have any issues with this form, please contact Susan Clevenger at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-545-2287.
Course Schedule: Wednesdays and Fridays 1:25-4:25
Location: Integrated Science Building Room 368