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Graduate Program: Research Areas

Concentration in Developmental Biology

Faculty advisor for this concentration: Kelly A. McLaughlin - 200 Boston Ave., Ste. 4700

Suggested courses during the first two years of a Ph.D. track (* required course)

  • Year 1:
    • Research rotation projects (*required courses Bio 253, 254)
    • Bio 260 (*required for first year TAs, teaching biology, pedagogy and practice)
    • Bio 243 (*required course, may be taken in first or second year)
  • Year 2:
    • Bio 291 (graduate research seminar in molecular and developmental biology)
    • Bio 103 (Developmental Biology) or Bio 262 (Science Communication) or other departmental seminar course
    • Bio 243 (*if not taken during Year 1)
Biology Department Courses
Developmental Biology (Bio 103)
Molecular Biology (Bio 105)
Plant Development (Bio 108)
Human Genetics (Bio 102)
Neurobiology (Bio 134)
Biochemistry and Cellular Metabolism (Bio 152)
Seminar in Molecular Biology and Genetics (Bio 188)
*Topics in Molecular and Cellular Biology (Bio 243)
Science Communication (Bio 262)

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