- Basic Courses
- BBS-501 Basic Biomedical Sciences I
- BBS-502 Special Topics in Basic Biomedical Sciences
- BBS-503 Basic Biomedical Sciences II
- BBS-504 Special Topics in Basic Biomedical Sciences II
- BBS-592 Basic Biomedical Science Colloquium
- BBS-597 Introduction to Basic Biomedical Research
- BBS-510 Ethics for Research Scientists
BBS-501 Basic Biomedical Sciences I
Prerequisites: Admission into the common first year biomedical sciences graduate program, or permission of the Course Director.
Offered annually in the fall term, this intensive, multi-disciplinary lecture course is taught by faculty from all four biomedical research programs of the Medical School.
The lecture topics include: Macromolecular structure, shape and information; DNA, RNA and protein synthesis; genetics and control of gene expression; membranes and intracellular organelles; and pathways and control of carbohydrate metabolism. BBS-502 is co-requisite.