Courses

OEB 290. 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.  Course will limit enrollment to 20 students.

Note: Also offered as Microbiology 210.

Requirement: For advanced undergraduates, Life Sciences 1a and 1b are required, or permission of instructor. MCB 52 is recommended.

Professor: 

Michael Gilmore

Season: 

Spring

Days: 

F

Time: 

8:45am-11:45am

Course ID: 

124109

Subject Area: 

Organismic and Evolutionary 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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