Interdisciplinary PhD in Molecular Biosciences

Dr. Anthony Farone - Courses

BIOL 4300/6380 Immunology, Four credits. Six hours lecture/laboratory. Offered Fall, Spring and Summer Semesters.

Prerequisites: BIOL 2230 Microbiology, BIOL 2231 Microbiology Lab

This course focuses on the basic concepts of immunology at the molecular level in both the lecture and laboratory but also has an emphasis on practical uses of immunological assays and techniques through case studies and forensic applications. Successful completion of the course is designed to provide the student with the background necessary for professional school or graduate school.

BIOL 2000/2001 Orientation to the Medical Laboratory/Orientation to the Medical Laboratory Field Experience, Two credits. Offeredd Fall Semester

This course is designed for students interested in a career in Medical Technology (Medical Laboratory Sciences). The course objective is to provide students with insight into available career opportunities in the medical laboratory field. The approach will be to provide multiple views of the various aspects of medical laboratory work including safety considerations, rotations through various departments of a major medical laboratory facility, introduction to current diagnostic methodologies, and hands-on experience whenever possible.

Prerequisites:BIOL 1110/1111 and BIOL 1120/1121 CHEM 1110/1111 and CHEM 1120/1121