Courses

MICROBI 210. Microbial Sciences: Chemistry, Ecology, and Evolution

This is an interdisciplinary graduate-level and advanced undergraduate-level course in which students explore topics in molecular microbiology, microbial diversity, and microbially-mediated geochemistry in depth. This course will be taught by faculty from the Microbial Sciences Initiative. Topics include the origins of life, biogeochemical cycles, microbial diversity, and ecology.

Note: Also offered as Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 290.

Requirement: For graduate and advanced undergraduate students, Life Sciences 1a and 1b or their equivalent are required, or permission of instructor. MCB 52 or equivalent is recommended.

Professor: 

Michael Gilmore

Season: 

Spring

Days: 

F

Time: 

8:45am-12:00pm

Subject Area: 

Molecular and Cellular Biology

Research Areas: 

  • [Course titles in brackets] indicate that the course is not scheduled to be taught during the 2019-2020 academic year, but may be offered in an alternate year.
  • An asterisk (*) before a course number indicates that a student must obtain the instructor's permission in order to enroll in the course.

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