BIOL 4320 - Signal Transduction: How cells talk to each other
This advanced undergraduate course explores how cells communicate with each other and respond to their environment. This area of biology is referred to as signal transduction and is the basis for most if not all normal and disease processes in humans. Therefore, significant time is spent on defining archetypal signaling modules that all cells use to receive and communicate information to and from their environment.
Prerequisites: BIOL 3000 & BIOL 3010