Courses Taught

TP Courses Taught

BY 123 – General/Introductory Biology

BY 124 – General/Introductory Biology

STH 199 – Science and Technology Honors Program, Course 199

SHEP – Summer Health Enrichment Program, Human Physiology/Anatomy and Cell Biology

APS PhUn – American Physiological Physiology Understanding (National Outreach Week)

PBM11 – Pharmaceutical and Biomolecular Methods; Molecular Biology Methods

PBM12 – Pharmaceutical and Biomolecular Methods; Cell Culture Methods

BY 123 – General/Introductory Biology I Basic chemistry, cell structure and function, metabolism, genetics, evolution, bacteria, and protists. For major in biology and related fields. Lecture and laboratory.

BY 124 – General/Introductory Biology II Survey of fungi, plant and animal kingdoms. Anatomy and physiology of higher plants. Major organ systems of animals with emphasis on humans. For major in biology or related fields. Lecture and laboratory.

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STH 199 – Science and Technology Honors Program, Course 199 Introductory Seminar. Fall semester of freshman year. 2 credit hours. Students work in teams to analyze current scientific problems under investigation by UAB faculty, learning about how scientists approach problems and conduct their research, including ethics and institutional review of human and animal research.

SHEP – Summer Health Enrichment Program, Human Physiology/Anatomy and Cell Biology Designed to offer talented undergraduate students from the state of Alabama an experience that will enhance their opportunity for a career in medicine. Instruction in professionalism, basic science, interviewing skills, clinical and research experiences, professional exam preparation and exposure to ethnically and culturally diverse workplaces are program components that will enable participants to increase their ability to become competitive in the medical school process.

APS PhUn – American Physiological Physiology Understanding (National Outreach Week) PhUn Week is a nationwide outreach program building connections between scientists and their local schools. Goals are; (1) increase student interest in and understanding of physiology in their lives, (2) increase teacher recognition of physiology in their standards-based science curriculum, (3) introduce students to physiology as a possible career and (4) involve more physiologists in outreach to the students and teachers in their communities.

PBM11 – Pharmaceutical and Biomolecular Methods, Molecular Biology and analytical techniques for pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences. The course aimed to develop scientific research methodologies, to provide students with an enhanced understanding of different approaches to scientific investigations, to develop a critical analysis of data and interpretation and to generally develop the capacity to independently design and undertake a substantial research project.

PBM12 – Pharmaceutical and Biomolecular, Cell culture and bioanalytical techniques for pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences. The course, similar to PBM11, was aimed to develop scientific research methodologies, to provide students with an enhanced understanding of different approaches to scientific investigations, to develop a critical analysis of data and interpretation and to generally develop the capacity to independently design and undertake a substantial research project.

 

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