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BIOL 49500 Topics in Endocrinology & Cancer

Session Offered:

Spring Credit 2

Prerequisites:

BIOL 23100

Description:

Instructor(s):
IGNACIO CAMARILLO

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Description: The goals of the course are to expanded student’s knowledge base in an area of research of their interest.  The course will consist of lectures that establish the topic framework, which includes the research areas of Endocrinology, Cancer, Diet and Obesity.  Students will develop skills to effectively analyze, critically evaluate, and depict data while strengthening scientific communication skills through delivering information orally and in writing.  To accomplish these goals, students will conduct a proper literature review and produce an associated written document for a specific scientific topic, give formal presentations on research articles and generate a written and oral research proposal. 

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