Bio 256: Human Genetics

One-half unit course for one semester.  The nature and function of genes and genomes, using human case studies. Readings will include classic and modern examples from the primary literature to illustrate fundamental molecular genetic approaches and concepts. Consent of instructor is required for students who have completed Biology 356 or 363. Lecture-conference.

Meeting time:

Tuesday & Thursday, 2:40-4:00 PM


Biology 101/102 or consent of instructor

Course staff:

The course is taught by Janis Shampay (Office – B226; phone – x7887; current office hours posted on door; email [shampay at])