CELL SIGNALING AND DISEASES

BIOLOGY 213

During the past several decades, exploration in basic research has yielded extensive knowledge about the numerous and intricate signaling processes involved in the development and maintenance of a functional organism. In order to demonstrate the importance and processes of cellular communication, this course will focus on cell signaling mechanisms and diseases resulting from their malfunction, such as cancer, stroke, and neuron degeneration (including Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, Huntington's disease, and Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis). Students will be exposed to current literature and cutting edge knowledge. Instructor: Pei

Prerequisite: Biology 201L.
Location: 
Bio Sci 113
Instructor: 
Pei, Zhen-Ming