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BMED 816 - Biology of Reproduction

 Fall 2019
 3 units
Instructors

Frederick Kan

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.

Offered jointly with ANAT 416.


ANAT 215/216 or ANAT 311, or ANAT 309 or permission of the Department.

ANAT 816

Graduate students submit one major essay and give a seminar from a list of selected topics. Three hours lecture/seminar.