Chapter 7 Graduate Courses



Course

 Course Title

 Course Description

 Coordinator

 Exclusions

BMED-804/6.0

Clinically Oriented Anatomy

A detailed study of the gross and functional anatomy of the human body with emphasis on clinical application. The course is given jointly with part of Phase I of the medical curriculum. Additional work prescribed for graduate students. Lectures, laboratories and tutorials. Offered every year. Runs Fall, Winter. Next offered Fall 2018.

L. MacKenzie

EXCLUSION: ANAT-814

BMED-805/3.0

Microteaching in Anatomical Sciences 

Microteaching as a technique for new and experienced teachers will involve the presentation of a series of 3-minute micro lectures with video recording and feedback sessions. Offered every year. Runs Fall, Winter, Summer. Next offered Fall 2018.

R. A. Easteal and 
L. W. MacKenzie

EXCLUSION: ANAT-835 

BMED-806/3.0

Advanced Topics in Embryonic Development

This course will be offered to students who have completed ANAT-417* in their undergraduate studies in the Queen's Life Sciences Program.  Through a series of tutorials and seminars, the course will focus on the most up-to-date discoveries in three areas of developmental biology.  The areas reflect the expertise in the department.  Next offered Winter 2019

R.A. Easteal

EXCLUSION: ANAT-836*

BMED-809/3.0

Principles of Drug Discovery and Development 

An advanced course in which various aspects of the drug discovery and development process, from molecules to community, will be studied. The course comprises lectures, discussion and student seminars, based on recent literature. Topics encompass medicinal chemistry approaches to drug discovery, receptor theory, mechanisms of drug action, drug metabolism, pharmacokinetics, pharmacogenetics, drug resistance, clinical trials, and regulatory affairs. 3 hour seminar. Given in years ending with an odd number. Next offered Winter 2019

L. W. Winn
PREREQUISITE:  Permission of the Graduate Program required. 

EXCLUSION: PHAR-811*

BMED-810/3.0

Protein Structure and Function   

This course presents an integrated approach to the study of protein function.  Topics include proteomic techniques in protein profiling, mass spectrometry, 2-D gel electrophoresis, yeast 2-hybrid analysis, protein chips, protein purification, imaging, surface plasmon resonance, calorimetry, bioinformatics and protein evolution, protein modifications and processing, interpretation and applications of 3-D structure, protein structure-function relationships. Three lecture hours per week. Offered every year. Next offered Fall 2018

Z. Jia
Offered jointly with BCHM-410 with additional work required. PREREQUISITES:  BCHM-310 or 315*/316*/317* or permission of the instructor.

EXCLUSION: BCHM-410, BCHM-810

BMED-811/3.0 

Advanced Molecular Biology 

This course concentrates on the molecular biology of mammalian models particularly mechanisms involved in human diseases. The human genome project, forensic analysis, DNA diagnostics of human diseases, models of transcriptional and growth regulation and cancer, DNA repair, RNA processing and translation are all discussed. Emphasis on recent findings and course materials will be drawn from current reviews. Three lecture hours per week.  Offered every year. Next offered Winter 2018.

C. Mueller
Offered jointly with BCHM-411* with additional work required.  PREREQUISITE: BCHM-310 or 315*/316*/317* or permission of the instructor.

EXCLUSION: BCHM-411, BCHM-811*

BMED-812/3.0

Advanced Neuroanatomy

This course includes the study of the structure and general function of the nervous system and is given jointly with ANAT-312*. Special topics assigned for seminars and essay projects. Lectures, laboratories and seminars. Offered every year. Next offered Fall 2018

L. Mackenzie  

EXCLUSION: ANAT-812*

BMED-813/3.0

Advances in Neuropharmacology 

Recent advances in understanding neurotransmission and pharmacology in the central nervous system will be discussed. The current literature describing progress in understanding molecular, cellular and behavioural aspects of brain function, and the impact of drugs and disease, will be examined.  Seminars and tutorials. Instructor on hiatus. Next offered:TBA

PREREQUISITE:  Permission of the Graduate Program required. Restricted enrollment. 

EXCLUSION: PHAR-810*
NSCI-813*

BMED-815/3.0

Mechanistic Toxicology

An advanced, problem-based course focusing on current approaches to the study of mechanisms of chemical toxicity.  Winter; 3 hour seminars and tutorials.  Given in years ending with an even number. 
Next offered Winter 2018.

T. Massey 
PREREQUISITE: PHAR-416* or equivalent. Permission of the Graduate Program required. 

EXCLUSION: PHAR-815*

BMED-816/3.0

Biology of Reproduction

A comprehensive overview of the cellular and molecular biology of mammalian reproduction. The first part of the course consists of lectures covering gametogenesis, fertilization, early embryo development and placentation. The second part involves student presentation of seminars and group discussion of current topics in reproductive biology. Clinical aspects of reproduction will also be covered. Three hours lecture/seminar. Offered every year. Next offered Fall 2018

F.W.K. Kan
Offered jointly with ANAT-416*. Graduate students submit one major essay and give a seminar from a list of selected topics. PREREQUISITE: ANAT-215*/216* or ANAT-311, or ANAT-309* or permission of the Department.

 EXCLUSION: ANAT-816*

BMED-817/3.0

Mammalian Embryonic Development

Overview of mammalian development, emphasizing the cellular and molecular mechanisms that direct embryogenesis. The first 2/3 of the course consists of lectures on gastrulation, neurulation, establishment of the body axes, differentiation, sex determination, limb development, and organogenesis. The last 1/3 of the course involves student seminar presentations and group discussions of current topics in developmental biology and teratology. Offered jointly with ANAT-417*. Students submit a major essay and give a seminar from a selected list of topics.  Three hours of lectures/seminars per week. Offered every year. Next offered Winter 2018.

R. Easteal
PREREQUISITE: ANAT-416/ANAT-816*, or BMED-816*, or permission of the Department

 EXCLUSION: ANAT-817*

BMED-818/3.0

Chemical Neuroanatomy

A contemporary and comprehensive assessment of the neurochemical features of the mammalian nervous system as they relate to development, function and disease. 3 hour lecture/seminar. Given in years ending with an odd number. 
Next offered Winter 2019.

M.D. Kawaja PREREQUISITE: ANAT-312* or LISC-322* or permission of the Department. 

 EXCLUSION: ANAT-818*

BMED-820/3.0

Advanced Topics in Molecular Biology

Discussions and presentations on current topics in molecular biology.  The emphasis will be on mammalian systems and will cover a wide range of topics relating to recent advances in molecular biology.  Typical topics include gene regulation, replication, DNA repair, forensic analysis, human genomics and genetics.  Marks are based on student presentations and essays typically in "News and Views" or Mini-Review formats.  Three hours per week, presentations and discussions of original papers.  Given in years ending with an even number. Next offered Fall 2018.  

C. Mueller

 EXCLUSION: BCHM-820*

BMED-821/3.0

Mechanisms of Metabolic Control

Lectures and discussions on mechanisms of metabolic control. Recent research on a wide range of specific metabolic systems is examined critically. Emphasis is placed on biochemical factors and principles that play a role in the integration and control of metabolism. Lectures and seminars, three hours per week. Normally offered every year. Next offered Winter 2019.

G. Cote
PREREQUISITE: BCHM-431 or equivalent. 

 EXCLUSION: BCHM-822*

BMED-822/3.0

Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience

An in-depth study of the biophysical properties of neurons and diseases that affect the function of neurons and glia. Topics will include cable properties of dendrites, voltage- and ligand-dependent channels, and molecular mechanisms responsible for neuronal death and regeneration. The course will be based on lectures and student seminars of selected readings. Given concurrently with LISC-422*, with additional assignments for graduate students. Enrolment is limited. PREREQUISITE: LISC-322 with a minimum of B- (70%) or an equivalent course or permission of the instructor. Given in years ending with an even number. Next offered Winter 2018.  

 E. Dumont

EXCLUSION: ANAT-822* Same as NSCI-822

BMED-823/3.0

Advances in Protein Structure and Function

This course consists of weekly presentations and discussions of recent advances towards the understanding of protein structure and function. Topics of discussion include novel approaches, techniques and concepts in the discovery of protein functions. Students will develop skills in literature research, critical evaluation of published work, effective presentation and discussion of papers. A specific theme, such as cell motility, may be used to illustrate research approaches employed to study biological systems in general. Three lecture hours per week. Given in years ending with an even number. Next offered Winter 2018.  

A. Craig
PREREQUISITE: BCHM-410 or equivalent.

EXCLUSION: BCHM-823*

BMED-824/3.0

Ion Channels of Excitable Cells  

The electrophysiology and biophysics of neuronal and cardiac membranes; molecular biology, structure, and function of ion channels.  Students will learn to critically evaluate scientific literature.  Instructional format is primarily student-led seminars.  Enrolment is limited.  Given in years ending with an even number. Next offered Winter 2018.

N. Magoski  

Offered jointly with PHGY-424.
PREREQUISITES: PHGY-214 (or equivalent) with a minimum of 65 percent (or equivalent) or permission of the course supervisor. 

 EXCLUSION: PHGY-824*

BMED-825/6.0

Medical Neuroscience

A multidisciplinary graduate level course exposing students to the clinical aspects of neuroscience. Didactic lectures cover detailed organization of the nervous system with clinical implications. Laboratories review basic neuroanatomy and pathology. Clinical demonstrations expose students to several neurological disorders.  Didactic lectures, laboratories, and clinical cases (up to 20 hr/week; 9 weeks total) Next offered Winter 2018.

M. Kawaja
PREREQUISITES: Enrolment in graduate program and involvement in neuroscience research. 

EXCLUSION: ANAT-825. Same as NSCI-825

BMED-827/3.0

Advanced Topics in Neuroanatomy

This course will be offered to students who have completed ANAT-312* in their undergraduate studies in the Queen's Life Sciences Program.  Through a series of tutorials and seminars, the course will focus on the most up-to-date discoveries in three areas of neuroanatomy.  The areas reflect the expertise in the department. Offered every year. Next offered Fall 2018

L. MacKenzie

EXCLUSION: ANAT-837*

BMED-828/3.0

Advanced Histology and Staining Techniques

An advanced mammalian histology course including advanced staining techniques in demonstrating various components of Histological sections. Offered every year. Runs Winter, Summer. Next offered Winter 2018.

L.W. MacKenzie and 
S.C. Pang

EXCLUSION: ANAT-838*

BMED-831/3.0 

Cell Structure and Basic Tissues

For those with no histology background, an outline of basic vertebrate tissues. Offered every year. Next offered Fall 2018

F.W.K. Kan

Offered jointly with ANAT-309. Extra assignments will be given to graduate students.

EXCLUSION: ANAT-311, ANAT-309 , ANAT-831*

BMED-832/3.0

Molecular Basis of Cell Function 

This course provides an introduction to the signaling pathways that regulate key cellular functions such as growth and motility.  The biochemical and structural principles that underlie the regulation of enzyme and protein activity in cells are emphasized.  Topics include protein kinases and phosphatases, ubiquitin modification, G-protein-coupled receptors, growth factor receptors, scaffold and adaptor proteins, Ras GTPases, phospholipases, oncogenes, cyclic nucleotides, phosphoinositides, isoprenoids and steroid hormones.  Three lecture hours per week. Offered every year. Next offered Fall 2018.

G.P. Côté
Offered jointly with BCHM 432. PREREQUISITE: BCHM 310, or BCHM 315 and BCHM 316 and BCHM 317 for BCHM students; BCHM 310, or BCHM 315 and BCHM 316 for LISC students (or equivalent).  

EXCLUSION: BCHM 432, BCHM 431, BCHM 433, BCHM- 831*, BCHM-832*, BCHM 833*, BMED-831*. 

BMED-833/3.0

Selected Topics in Mammalian Histology   

Detailed histological assessment of selected organs and tissues. Lectures and seminars. Given in years ending with an even number. Next offered Winter 2018

M.D. Kawaja
PREREQUISITES: ANAT-215* and 216* or ANAT-311 or ANAT-309* or ANAT-831* or BMED-831*.

EXCLUSION: ANAT-833* 

BMED-834/3.0

Principles and Techniques in the Teaching of Anatomical Sciences

A series of lectures and workshops illustrating modern teaching philosophy and technique specifically designed for teaching Anatomy in the Health Sciences. Offered every year. Runs Fall, Winter, Summer. Next offered Fall 2018.

R.A. Easteal and 
L.W. MacKenzie

EXCLUSION: ANAT-834*

BMED-835/3.0

Advanced Procaryotic Structure and Function

In-depth analysis of the genetics, biochemistry, assembly and function of the major structures of the procaryotic cell. Emphasis on the experimental approaches in the current literature. Two hours lecture, one hour tutorial. Given in years ending with an even number. Next offered Fall 2018

 K. Jarrell

Offered jointly with MICR-435* with additional work required for graduate students.

 EXCLUSION: MICR-435*, MICR-835* 

BMED-836/3.0

Microbial Genetics 

A detailed description of the processes of heredity in bacteria including a discussion of gene structure and evolution, gene expression and its control, the exchange of genetic material in the microbial world and genetic engineering and its applications. The laboratory component will emphasize modern approaches to genetic engineering. Two hours lecture, one hour tutorial. Given in years ending with an odd number. Next offered Fall 2019.

 K. Poole

Offered jointly with MICR-436* with additional work required for graduate students.

 EXCLUSION: MICR-436*, MICR-836*

BMED-840/3.0

Principles of General Pharmacology I

Lectures, tutorial sessions, laboratory project, and self-directed critical analysis of a current research area in Pharmacology.  Topics include: principles of drug action, autonomic and autacoid pharmacology, and toxicology.  3 lecture hours and 3 laboratory hours.  Offered every year. Next offered Fall 2018.

T. Massey

Offered jointly with PHAR-340*.

 EXCLUSION: PHAR-340*, PHAR-840*.  Permission of the Graduate Program required.

BMED-841/3.0

Current Topics in Biochemistry I 

This course will focus on protein structure and function with special emphasis on membrane proteins and selected soluble protein systems. The course will consist of lectures and presentations that will be organized around specific readings from the recent literature. A portion of the course will be devoted to membrane protein structure and function. Selected examples of structural and functional studies of soluble proteins will include enzymes and inhibitors; protein-protein interactions; protein engineering; high-throughput identification of enzyme substrates. Some instruction will be given in homology modeling and database analysis of gene products. Three hours per week, half course lectures and seminars. Given in years ending with an odd number. Next offered Fall 2019.

P. Davies 
PREREQUISITE: BCHM 410* and BCHM 411* (or equivalent) and permission of co-ordinator.

EXCLUSION: BCHM-841*

BMED-844/3.0

Gastrointestinal Physiology

The mechanisms and regulation of motor, secretory, digestive and absorptive functions of the gastrointestinal tract are considered.  Students will be required to prepare and present reviews of original literature. Fall/winter terms.  (Enrolment in both terms is required to achieve credit.)  One hour lecture/week; 1 hour seminar alt. wks. Next offered Fall 2018.

M. Blennerhassett
Offered jointly with PHGY-444. PREREQUISITE:  PHGY-214 or equivalent.  Enrolment is limited. 

 EXCLUSION: PHGY-444, PHGY-844*

BMED-846/3.0

Advanced Physiology 

An advanced course for honours and graduate students in which selected areas of physiology are studied in depth.  Two hours seminar.  Offered every year. Runs Fall and Winter terms. Students have the option of enrolling in either term. Next offered Winter 2018.

N. Magoski 
PREREQUISITE: Eligibility for admission to this course will be determined by the student’s experience in physiology and allied sciences. 

 EXCLUSION:  PHGY-836*

BMED-847/3.0

Research Projects in Anatomy and Cell Biology

An investigation into concepts and techniques in selected areas of research offered in the Department of Anatomy. Research projects carried out under the supervision of a staff member. Offered every year. Next offered Winter 2018.

 L. MacKenzie  

 EXCLUSION: ANAT-847*

BMED-849/3.0

Principles in General Pharmacology II 

Lectures, tutorial sessions, laboratory projects, drug literature evaluation, and self-directed critical analysis of a current research area in Pharmacology. Topics include: neuropsychopharmacology, cardiovascular-renal pharmacology, agents acting on the endocrine system, and chemotherapy. Winter; 3 lecture hours and 3 laboratory hours. Next offered Winter 2018.

 N. Philbrook

Offered jointly with PHAR450.

 EXCLUSION:  PHAR-450*, PHAR-850*. Permission of the Graduate Program required.  

BMED-851/3.0

Selected Topics in Viral Pathogenesis

The nature of selected animal virus groups and their interactions with the host in disease production with special emphasis on the pathogenesis of tumor and human immunodeficiency viruses will be considered. Two lecture hours, Two seminars hours, one tutorial hour. Offered in years ending with an odd number. Next offered Fall 2019.

L. Raptis

Offered jointly with MICR-451* with additional work required for graduate students.

EXCLUSIONs: MICR-451*, MICR-851* 

BMED-852/3.0 

Virus Infection and Immunity

The molecular basis for virus pathogenesis including the host immune response to virus infection, and viral countermeasures. Emphasis will be on viral infections that result in gastrointestinal, haematological, neurological, and respiratory disease. Tutorials will focus on discussion of current and seminal literature. Offered every year. Next offered Fall 2018.

B. Banfield
Offered jointly with MICR-452 with additional work required for graduate students. PREREQUISITES: MICR-221, MICR-360/860 or BMED-877 or equivalents.

EXCLUSIONS: MICR-452, MICR-852*

BMED-853/3.0 

Cellular and Molecular Cardiovascular Sciences

An advanced inter-disciplinary course studying the anatomy, pharmacology and physiology of the cardiovascular system at the molecular and cellular level. The course is comprised of lectures, discussion and student seminars based on recent literature. Winter term, 3 hour seminar. Offered every year. Next offered Winter 2018.

D. H. Maurice 
Offered jointly with CRSS-456. PREREQUISITE: Undergraduate degree in Life Science or equivalent or permission from department.

EXCLUSIONS: ANAT-853*, PHAR-853*, PHGY-853*, CRSS-456.

BMED-854/3.0 

Cardiovascular Sciences

A study of the anatomy, pharmacology and physiology of the cardiovascular system based on lectures, seminars, laboratories and selected readings (same as PHAR-854 and PHGY-854). Topics include structure-function of the heart and blood vessels, mechanisms of signal transduction, drug effects on second messenger systems, the cardiac pump, integrated cardiovascular control, arterial oxygen transport, control of blood pressure and hypertension. Offered jointly with LISC-454. Additional work prescribed for graduate students.  Enrolment limited.  Lectures, seminars and laboratories. Offered every year. Next offered Fall 2018.

M. Adams
Offered jointly with CRSS-454*. Additional work prescribed for graduate students.  Enrolment limited. 

PREREQUISITE: OR COREQUISITES: ANAT-311, ANAT-309*, PHAR-340/450 and PHGY-312 or their equivalent. 

 EXCLUSIONS: ANAT-854*, PHAR-854*, PHGY-854*, CRSS-454*.

BMED-855/3.0 

Integrative Lung Biology of Disease

An advanced course examining airway biology, respiratory mechanics, gas exchange, control of breathing and their application to lung disease.. Students are required to prepare and present reviews of literature combined with interpretation of results from laboratory experiments.  3 hours lecture/seminar or 6 hours laboratory. Offered every year. Next offered Winter 2018.

N. Domnik
Offered jointly with PHGY-355. PREREQUISITE: A minimum of C (2.0) in PHGY-214 or equivalent.  

EXCLUSION: PHGY-855*, PHGY-355

BMED-860/3.0

Fundamentals of Research   

This 3 unit course is a requirement for all new DBMS MSc students.  Students will learn the necessary skills to conduct basic biomedical research.  In addition, students will construct a research proposal based on the student’s thesis research.  Lecture, seminar, tutorials.  Runs over Fall and Winter Terms. Offered every year. Next offered Fall 2018.

 S. Pang and G. Cote

 

BMED-862/1.0

Cellular Techniques 

The objective of this course is to familiarize graduate students with the principles and practice of cutting edge technologies used in cell culture models for biomedical and molecular sciences research. Lecture and laboratories.  Offered in years ending with an even number. Next offered Winter 2018.

D. H. Maurice

 

BMED-863/1.0

Protein and Peptide Analysis

The objective of this course is to familiarize graduate students with the principles and practice of cutting edge technologies used for protein and peptide analysis involved in biomedical research. Lecture and laboratories. Offered in years ending with an even number. Next offered Winter 2018.

G. Cote

 

BMED-864/1.0

Nucleic Acid Analysis

The objective of this course is to familiarize graduate students with the principles and practice of cutting edge technologies used for nucleic acid analysis involved in biomedical and molecular sciences research. Lecture, laboratories. Offered every year. Next offered Winter 2018.

M. Y. Tse

 

BMED-865/1.0

Cell Imaging Analysis

The objective of this course is to familiarize graduate students with the principles and practice of cutting edge technologies used for cell imaging analysis involved in biomedical and molecular sciences research. Lecture and laboratories. Offered in years ending with an odd number. Enrollment limited. Next offered Winter 2019.

B. Banfield

 

BMED-866/1.0

Methods in Bioinformatics 

The objective of this course is to familiarize graduate students with the principles and practice of cutting edge technologies for bioinformatics used in biomedical and molecular sciences research. Lecture, laboratories.  Next offered Winter 2018. Note: This will be the last time this course will run in this format.

Q. Duan

 

BMED-867/1.0

In Vivo Laboratory Techniques   

This one unit course is part of a suite of new methodology courses being developed for the graduate program in Biomedical and Molecular Sciences intended to familiarize graduate students with the principals and practice of cutting edge technologies used in in vivo laboratory techniques.  Lecture, laboratories. Offered Winter and Fall every year. * contact co-ordinator in advance if interested.

T. Ozolins

 

BMED-869/1.0 

Methods in Reproduction

The objective of this course is to familiarize graduate students with the principles and practice of cutting edge technologies used in reproductive and developmental biology involved in biomedical and molecular sciences research. Lecture, laboratories. Offered in years ending with an odd number. Enrollment limited. Next offered Fall 2019.

 C. Tayade

 

BMED-870/1.0

Analysis of Small Molecules 

The objective of this course is to familiarize graduate students with the principles and practice of cutting edge technologies used for the analysis of small molecules involved in biomedical and molecular research. This particular course will introduce students to the major techniques currently used for analysis of small molecules and their metabolites.  Depending on the Field within the DBMS graduate program, this course may be an option or required.  Lecture and laboratories. Offered in years ending with an odd number. Enrollment limited. Next offered Winter 2019.

T. Massey

 

BMED-877/3.0

Immunology

The general principles and mechanisms of immune reaction. Immunochemical and immunobiological aspects of antibody formation and cell-mediated immunity in health and disease will be considered. Three lecture hours. Offered every year. Next offered Fall 2018.

S. Basta and K. Gee

Offered jointly with MICR-360 with additional work required for graduate students.

 EXCLUSION: MICR-860*, MICR-360

BMED-878/3.0

Microbial Pathogenesis 

A comprehensive course emphasizing the major microbial and viral groups occurring in human and animal disease. The basic mechanisms involved in host-parasite interrelationships as well as current effective methodology used in their control will be studied. Offered every year. Next offered Winter 2018.

  N. Martin

EXCLUSION: MICR-920*

BMED-879/3.0

Advanced Bacteriology   

Advanced studies in contemporary bacteriology emphasizing important topics through analysis of the current literature in oral and written formats.  Three seminar hours.  Offered in years ending with an odd number. Enrollment limited. Next offered Fall 2019. Note: This will be the last time this course will run in this format.

 K. Jarrell

 

BMED-881/3.0 

Advanced Immunology

An advanced course emphasizing the main areas of contemporary immunology. Offered every year. Next offered Fall 2018.

S. Basta & K. Gee

 EXCLUSION: MICR-960*

BMED-882/3.0 

Proteomics and metabolomics

 

‘Omics’ technologies allow the components of a living organism to be appreciated in their entirety by providing insight into gene expression, protein synthesis and function, and metabolic networking. This course builds upon concepts presented in undergraduate courses by covering the basic principles of proteomics and metabolomics and their application in the new systems biology ‘omics’ approach to scientific discovery. This course will emphasize both the methodologies used in proteomics and metabolomics, as well as their applications in both research and medical diagnostic settings.  Coursework will be completed primarily online as modules, interactive discussions, and assignments. An individual in-person presentation/seminar will be required. Offered every year. Next offered Winter 2018.

R. Campbell

 

Offered jointly with BMED-482. PREREQUISITES: BCHM 315/3.0 and BCHM 316/3.0, or BCHM 310/9.0 or equivalent.

 

 

EXCLUSION: BMED-482

 

BMED-889/6.0

Practicum

 

 L. MacKenzie  

EXCLUSION: ANAT-889

BMED-897/3.0

Research Seminars

This 3 unit course is a requirement for all DBMS MSc students.  Students are required to attend the DBMS Plenary seminars and present their research in seminar format to a broad yet knowledgeable audience.  This course spans a two-year period.  Seminar.  Fall, Winter and Spring.  

BMED 897 Course Description 
BMED 897 MARK SHEET

 B. Banfield

EXCLUSIONS:  PHAR 821, PHGY 897, BCHM 830/930, MICR 910.  

BMED-898/6.0

Master’s Independent Research Report

The topics will be chosen on the basis of special needs of the students, and must be approved by the Coordinator of Graduate Studies. Fall or winter; seminars. 

L. Mackenzie  

 EXCLUSION: ANAT-926*

BMED-899/6.0

Master’s Thesis Research   

 

 

EXCLUSIONS: ANAT-899, BCHM-899, MICR-899, PHAR-899, PHGY-899

BMED-999/6.0

Ph.D. Thesis Research 

 

 

EXCLUSIONS: ANAT-999, BCHM-999, MICR-999, PHAR-999, PHGY-999


Updated 01/25/2018