Fall 2023 Course Offerings
PATH 801 Laboratory Management Leonard Lothstein
Time:Place:Duration: Credit:1
This course provides the fundamental principles of laboratory management, including safety compliance, communication skills, inventory management, laboratory financial management, scientific writing, scientific graphic design, small equipment maintenance, and personnel supervisory skills. (didactic, lecture)
PATH 802 Journal Club for MS in Laboratory Research and Management Leonard Lothstein
Time:Place:Duration: Credit:1
Faculty and students will meet once a week for presentation and discussion of current published papers relevant to technical aspects of laboratory research. (didactic, seminar)
PATH 804 Molecular Biology Techniques Laboratory II Leonard Lothstein
Time:Place:Duration: Credit:1
This course will constitute the laboratory companion of the course MSCI 934 (Techniques - Biochemical and Cellular Methods). Students will put theory into practice and receive hands-on instruction on both core and cutting-edge techniques used in cell and molecular biological experimentation. (didactic, lab)
PATH 834 Pathology Seminars Ronald N Laribee
Time:Place:Duration: Credit:1
Topics of current interest in the field are selected and reviewed by the student. Presentations are followed by a general informal discussion. Under certain circumstances, reports of current research may be made by students. (didactic, lecture)
PATH 900 Doctoral Dissertation Tiffany Seagroves
Time:Place:Duration: Credit:variable
Research performed under the direction of the student's Research Advisor in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Ph.D. degree. (didactic, research)
PATH 924 Introduction to Web-Based Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Tools Meiyun Fan
Time:Place:Duration:2 hrs once per week for 12 weeks Credit:2
This course teaches students the basic practices of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. The integrated lectures and hand-on-sessions will focus on application of different analysis tools and public databases to analyze and interpret the biological meaning of data generated by high-throughput technologies. (didactic, lecture)
Spring 2024 Course Offerings
PATH 803 Molecular Biology Techniques Laboratory I Leonard Lothstein
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  1
This course will constitute the laboratory companion of the course MSCI 935 (Techniques - Nucleic Acid Methods). Students will put theory into practice and receive hands-on instruction on both core and cutting-edge techniques used in cell and molecular biological experimentation. (didactic, lecture)
PATH 861 Cellular Signaling Lawrence Pfeffer
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  3
The course will provide a comprehensive survey of cellular signaling, describing, mechanisms of signal transduction. The lectures will detail cellular signaling from the major classes of cell surface receptors to the impact on nuclear events. The class will emphasize the integration and coordination of signaling pathways in the cell and how this impacts on the fact of the cell. (didactic, lecture)
PATH 900 Doctoral Dissertation Tiffany Seagroves
Time:     Place:     Duration:  Credit:  variable
Research performed under the direction of the student's Research Advisor in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Ph.D. degree. (didactic, lecture)