Harvard University - Department of Molecular & Cellular Biology

MCB COURSES NOT OFFERED THIS ACADEMIC YEAR

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22 courses listed.

Course Number Title Term Instructors Meetings Level Sort Col Sort Col2
MCB 131 Computational Neuroscience [Spring Term 2014-2015] Haim Sompolinsky Sompolinsky Tu., Th., 1-2:30 For Undergraduates and Graduates AAAMCB 00131 Sompolinsky
MCB 142 Major Advances in Classical and Molecular Genetics [Spring Term 2014-2015] Matthew Meselson Tu., Th., 2-3:30 For Undergraduates and Graduates AAAMCB 00142 Meselson
MCB 144 The Power and Pitfalls of Genetical Thinking [Spring Term 2014-2015] Nancy Kleckner
David Haig Haig
M., W., 12-1:30 For Undergraduates and Graduates AAAMCB 00144 Kleckner
MCB 153 The Practice of Experimental Science: a Genetics Laboratory Course [Spring Term 2014-2015] Craig Hunter M., 1-4 For Undergraduates and Graduates AAAMCB 00153 Hunter
MCB 154 Advanced Cell and Developmental Biology [Spring Term 2014-2015] Susan Mango Tu., Th., 3-4:30 For Undergraduates and Graduates AAAMCB 00154 Mango
MCB 156 Structural and Biophysical Analysis of Macromolecules [Spring Term 2014-2015] Victoria D'Souza Tu., Th., 10-11:30 For Undergraduates and Graduates AAAMCB 00156 D'Souza
MCB 162 Major Advances in Understanding Heredity and Evolution [Spring Term 2014-2015] Matthew Meselson
Jim Mallet Mallet
Tu., Th., 2-3:30 For Undergraduates and Graduates AAAMCB 00162 Meselson
MCB 176 Biochemistry of Membranes [Fall Term 2014-2015] Guido Guidotti M., W., 2–4, M., at 4 For Undergraduates and Graduates AAAMCB 00176 Guidotti
MCB 178 Biochemistry of Protein Complexes [Spring Term 2014-2015] Guido Guidotti M., W., 2:30-4 For Undergraduates and Graduates AAAMCB 00178 Guidotti
MCB 192 Principles of Drug Discovery and Development [Spring Term 2014-2015] Vicki Sato
Gregory Verdine
Tu., Th., 11:30-1 For Undergraduates and Graduates AAAMCB 00192 Sato
MCB 198 Advanced Mathematical Techniques for Modern Biology [Spring Term 2014-2015] Sharad Ramanathan
Lakshminarayanan Mahadevan Mahadevan
Tu., Th., 10-11:30, and a one-hour section meeting weekly. For Undergraduates and Graduates AAAMCB 00198 Ramanathan
MCB 199 Statistical Thermodynamics and Quantitative Biology [Spring Term 2014-2015] David Nelson M., W., F., at 11 For Undergraduates and Graduates AAAMCB 00199 Nelson
MCB 206 Introduction to Connectomics [Spring Term 2014-2015] Jeff Lichtman
R. Reid Reid
Tu., 3:30-6:30 Primarily for Graduates AAAMCB 00206 Lichtman
MCB 212 Topics in Biophysics [Spring Term 2014-2015] Howard Berg F., 2:30-4 Primarily for Graduates AAAMCB 00212 Berg
E&M-REASON 18 What are the odds? [Spring Term 2014-2015] Andrew Murray
Edward Hall
M., W., F., at 11, and a weekly section to be arranged. Primarily for Undergraduates E&M-REASON 00018 Murray
ENG-SCI 212 Quantitative Cell Biology: Self-Organization and Cellular Architecture [Fall Term 2014-2015] Daniel Needleman Tu., Th., 10-11:30 Primarily for Graduates ENG-SCI 00212 Needleman
NEUROBIO 101hfa Novel Therapeutics in the Central Nervous System [Full Year 2014-2015] Ryan Draft Draft W., 4:30-6 For Undergraduates and Graduates NEUROBIO 00101a Draft
NEUROBIO 101hfc Designer Neurons: How Cell Types are Generated in the Nervous System and the Lab [Full Year 2014-2015] Laura Magnotti Magnotti Th., 7-8:30 p.m. For Undergraduates and Graduates NEUROBIO 00101c Magnotti
NEUROBIO 101hfd Building a Brain [Full Year 2014-2015] Ryan Draft Draft W., 7-8:30 p.m. For Undergraduates and Graduates NEUROBIO 00101d Draft
OEB 231 Adaptation [Spring Term 2014-2015] Hopi Hoekstra M., 2-4 Primarily for Graduates OEB 00231 Hoekstra
PHYSICS 269r Topics in Statistical Physics and Physical Biology [Spring Term 2014-2015] David Nelson M., W., F., at 11 Primarily for Graduates PHYSICS 00269r Nelson
SCRB 192 Principles of Drug Discovery and Development [Spring Term 2014-2015] Gregory Verdine
Vicki Sato
Tu., Th., 11:30-1 For Undergraduates and Graduates SCRB 00192 Verdine
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updated: 11/29/2013