The subject will be approached both as a basic biological science that studies the molecular and biochemical processes of cells and viruses, and as an applied science that examines the involvement of microorganisms in human disease as well as in workings of ecosystems, plant symbioses, and industrial processes. This course is designed to teach the theory and practice of molecular based phylogenetics with attention to evolutionary analysis through lecture, readings, discussion, and a quantitative laboratory section. This course will apply a range of quantitative techniques to explore structure-function relations in biological systems. Offered as BIOL 373, BIOL 473, and NEUR 473. Students will discuss basic principles of parasitology, parasite life cycles, host-parasite interaction, therapeutic and control programs, epidemiology, and ecological and societal considerations. The course will consist of a combination of interactive lectures, in-class problem solving and data analysis, and the discussion of peer-reviewed scientific papers. "Nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution" -- Dobzhansky BIOL 353. Transmission genetics, nature of mutation, microbial genetics, somatic cell genetics, recombinant DNA techniques and their application to genetics, human genome mapping, plant breeding, transgenic plants and animals, uniparental inheritance, evolution, and quantitative genetics. Statistical Methods II. Fitting Models to Data: Maximum Likelihood Methods and Model Selection. BIOL 479. and B.S. This is a lecture-based course that relies heavily on out-of-class readings. Taming the Tree of Life: Phylogenetic Comparative Methods-from Concept to Practical Application. 3 Units. The 50 minute discussion meeting once a week will serve to address questions from both lectures and lab exercises. in Biology. Undergraduate Research. Through readings and discussions of research articles as well as presented content, the relevant course material will be utilized in practice by students analyzing their project data sets. This course satisfies a laboratory requirement for biology majors. Likely topics include: stochastic ion channels, molecular motors and stochastic ratchets, actin and tubulin polymerization, random walk models for neural spike trains, bacterial chemotaxis, signaling and genetic regulatory networks, and stochastic predator-prey dynamics. In so doing, students are expected to articulate meaningful questions, skillfully employ research and apply their own knowledge to address such questions, produce clear, precise academic prose to explicate their ideas, and provide relevant and constructive criticism during class discussions. in Biology. Prereq: MATH 121 and MATH 122 OR MATH 125 and MATH 126 or consent of instructor. Marine Science electives may need to be taken during the summer or winter terms when taken off campus (i.e., at a Marine Science Field Station). Biology's Survival Guide to College: How stress impacts a student's ability to thrive. Prereq: BIOL 214. 1 Unit. Basic microbiology, growth, and manipulation of bacteriophage, bacteria and yeast. in Biology. Each student will have taken at least one advanced course in Animal Behavior, Neurobiology, or Neuroethology. Students will be graded based on exams, class participation and their insect collections. Development and Physiology. Practical applications will be emphasized, such as aquaculture, fisheries management, and biomedical research. For all the classes, the students will receive a series of learning objectives by the instructor to help the students address and focus their attention to the key aspects of the organ physiology (and physiopathology). BIOL 357. This course will introduce students to classical and current parasitology. 2 Units. and B.S. The central mission of CCMSB is to enhance interaction among the structural biology and biophysics research community, strengthen collaborative research, and develop multidisciplinary educational and training programs. Biologists have long been fascinated by the diversity of life. The first half of a two-semester sequence providing an understanding of biology as a basis for successfully launching new high-tech ventures. Students may carry out research in biology or related departments, but a biology sponsor is required. The graduate version of the course requires a research project and term paper. This course satisfies a laboratory requirement of the B.A. Allows graduate and advanced undergraduate students to become involved in research. Offered as BIOL 328 and BIOL 428. This is the second course in a two-semester sequence that covers human anatomy and physiology for the non-major. Offered as BIOL 379 and BIOL 479. Already we are witnessing the global redistribution of plants and animals, changes in the timing of critical life cycle events, and in some cases local extinction of populations. The graduate version of the course requires a research project and term paper. Course may be repeated for credit up to two times if traveling to a new destination. 2 Units. Classes will be in the format of short lectures, short oral presentations made by students and hands-on experimentation using computers. Prereq or Coreq: (Undergraduate Student and BIOL 114) or Requisites Not Met Permission. 3 Units. MARINE BIOLOGY. Reading and Writing Like an Ecologist. Students are involved in supervised laboratory teaching in selected undergraduate courses taking into account both the specialized areas of interest of the student and his or her broader professional development. 2080 Adelbert Road. A public presentation is required. Students taking the graduate-level course will prepare an NIH-format research proposal as the required term paper. Offered as BIOL 318 and BIOL 418. Ecophysiology of Global Change. Continuation of BIOL 491 with an emphasis on current and prospective opportunities for Biotechnology Entrepreneurship. The duration must be, Academic English Proficiency Program for International Graduate Students, Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences, History and Philosophy of Science Program, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, and Statistics, Post-baccalaureate Readiness Instruction for bioMedical Education (PRIME) Certificate Program, Concentrations in Areas of the Biological Sciences, Plan A (Thesis) Entrepreneurial Biotechnology, From Blackbox to Toolbox: How Molecular Biology Moves Forward, Basic Biology of Blood and Blood Diseases, Evo-Devo:Evolution of Body Plans and Pathologies, Vertebrate Biology (organismal elective or lab, not both), Herpetology (3-credit version, Fall 2020 and later only), Introductory Entomology (organismal elective or lab, not both), Ichthyology (organismal elective or lab, not both), Introduction to Neurobiology (organismal lecture or lab, not both), Transformative Animal Models in Modern Biology, Evolutionary Biology of the Invertebrates, Animal Behavior (population/ecology elective or lab, not both), Vertebrate Biology (lab or organismal elective, not both), Dynamics of Biological Systems: A Quantitative Introduction to Biology, Biotechnology Laboratory: Genes and Genetic Engineering, Fitting Models to Data: Maximum Likelihood Methods and Model Selection, Herpetology (4-credit version, Fall 2018 and earlier only), Taming the Tree of Life: Phylogenetic Comparative Methods-from Concept to Practical Application, Introductory Entomology (lab or population/ecology elective, not both), Design and Analysis of Biological Experiments, Ichthyology (lab or organismal elective, not both), Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases, Animal Behavior (lab or population/ecology elective, not both), Introduction to Neurobiology (lab or organismal elective, not both), Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci I, Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci II, Introductory Organic Chemistry Laboratory I, General Physics II - Electricity and Magnetism, Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci I (, Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci II (, Introductory Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (, Introduction to Neurobiology (organismal elective or lab, not both), Introduction to Neurobiology (quant lab or organismal elective, not both), Introductory Entomology (lab or organismal elective, not both), Advanced Undergraduate Research (must be for 3 credits), Introduction to Linear Algebra for Applications, Basic Statistics for Engineering and Science, Basic Statistics for Engineering and Science Using R Programming, Advanced Mathematics or Statistics Course, Mathematical Analysis of Biological Models, Survey of Bioinformatics: Technologies in Bioinformatics, Introduction to Bioinformatics (formerly EECS 458), Bioinformatics for Systems Biology (formerly EECS 459), Physics and Frontiers II - Electricity and Magnetism, Introduction to Programming in Java (formerly EECS 132), Introduction to Data Structures (formerly EECS 233), Applied Probability and Stochastic Processes for Biology, Introduction to Database Systems (formerly EECS 341), Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (formerly EECS 391), Modeling and Simulation of Continuous Dynamical Systems (formerly EECS 324), Engineering Optimization (formerly EECS 346), Stochastic Models: Time Series and Markov Chains, Stochastic Models: Diffusive Phenomena and Stochastic Differential Equations, Calculus for Science and Engineering II (, Calculus for Science and Engineering III (, Dynamics of Biological Systems: A Quantitative Introduction to Biology (, General Physics II - Electricity and Magnetism (, Mathematical Analysis of Biological Models (, Basic Statistics for Engineering and Science (, Introduction to Biochemistry: From Molecules To Medical Science, Seminar on Biological Processes in Learning and Cognition, Human Cognition in Evolution and Development, Neuroscience of Communication and Communication Disorders, Acquired Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Brain, Mind and Consciousness: The Science and Philosophy of Mind, Advanced Undergraduate Research in Neuroscience, Design and Analysis of Biological Experiments (, Maintain a 3.4 overall grade point average, with a 3.6 in BIOL courses, Carry out two semesters of independent research (taken as BIOL courses) at Case Western Reserve University, Write a senior honors thesis with the approval of the faculty supervisor, Successfully defend the thesis at an oral examination. 3 Units. Various vertebrate and invertebrate systems will be considered. The physiology, genetics, biochemistry, and diversity of microorganisms. BIOL 379. 1 - 3 Units. Cleveland, Ohio 44106 3 Units. May be taken more than once for credit. Unit 3 examines how race is constructed using population-based biological differences, its validity, and the implications for health and medicine. Students taking the graduate level course will prepare a grant proposal in which hypotheses will be based on a select number of lab investigations. The process of evolution explains not only how the present diversity of life on earth has formed, but also provides insights into current pressing issues today, including the spread of antibiotic resistance, the causes of geographic variation in genetic diseases, and explanations for modern patterns of extinction risk. 3 Units. The application of the whole suite of modern molecular tools to understand plant growth and development, with specific examples related agronomically important responses to biotic and abiotic stresses, is included. Does not count toward the 30 hours required for a major in biology, but may be counted toward the total number of hours required for graduation. BIOL 390. The duration must be at least one year, with one semester reserved for full-time work outside of the classroom (usually the fourth and final semester). Conducting scientific research to ensure that the region's marine and anadromous fish, marine mammal, marine turtle and invertebrate populations remain at healthy and sustainable levels, as functioning parts of their ecosystems and continue to enhance the quality of life for the public. Prereq: Undergraduate Student and BIOL 214 or Requisites Not Met permission. BIOL 215L. Environmental Law. Cells and Proteins Laboratory. Prereq or Coreq: BIOL 305. Many modern areas of biology research (e.g., biochemical, neural, behavioral, and ecosystem networks) require the mastery of advanced quantitative and computational skills. Course materials will come from the primary research literature, supplemented with appropriate background material. DeGrace Hall. A survey of vertebrates from jawless fishes to mammals. Undergraduates will present a poster at a public poster fair, as part of the requirements for the SAGES capstone. In this course, students will learn how to access and use genomics data to address questions in cell biology, development and evolution. Prereq: BIOL 214. Basic Biology of Blood and Blood Diseases. Cleveland, OH 44106. Students may become eligible for teacher licensure in the field of Life Sciences (Adolescents and Young Adults) by completing content area requirements as well as 36 semester hours in education courses (including student teaching) offered through CWRU. Unit 2 concentrates on surveying modern human biological variation, examining both morphological and genetic traits, and why these variations exist. Prereq or Coreq: Undergraduate Student and BIOL 351 or Requisites Not Met permission. This course will combine both field and laboratory analysis to characterize and compare the major components of these ponds. Prereq: (Undergraduate Student and BIOL 214, BIOL 215 and BIOL 216) or Requisites Not Met permission. The Department of Pathology at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) is recruiting new faculty to expand its vibrant immunology research portfolio. The descriptive and experimental aspects of animal development. These theories will take the form of a major paper which will be expanded and modified throughout the semester. Computational Neuroscience. BIOL 306. We interact with animals in our homes, in forests and wilderness areas and even in our own backyards. Longer term opportunities for Biotechnology Entrepreneurship in emerging areas including (but not limited to) applications of DNA sequence information in medicine and agriculture; energy and the environment; biologically-inspired robots. For more information about undergraduate studies in biology, please contact: Katie Bingman The purpose of this class is to help you learn to read and write like an ecologist. The emergence of private companies as resources for the performance of the tests, and how the general public will be able to interpret their own data (with or without the access to genetic counselors), will also be covered. BIOL 389. The 50 minute discussion meeting once a week will serve to address questions from both lectures and lab exercises. BIOL 424. It is especially recommended for students who are pre-professional, have multiple majors, intend to do a junior year abroad or an internship program, or have significant extracurricular commitments (e.g., varsity athletics, student government, Greek life, or other campus involvement). This course satisfies a lab requirement for the B.A. 10900 Euclid Avenue Deliverables will include a technology feasibility analysis on a possible application in the student's scientific area. Why are some of them similar and others divergent? The emphasis is on living (extant) mammals, but extinct mammals are also discussed. BIOL 117 covers the endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, lymphatic, urinary systems including acid-base regulation, and reproductive systems. The undergraduate programs in biology provide excellent preparation for graduate or professional school programs and for careers in industry and governmental agencies. Coreq: BIOL 311A and BIOL 311C. Quantitative Biology Laboratory. Offered as BIOL 402 and NEUR 402. Selected Topics. Prereq: Undergraduate Student and BIOL 214 or Requisites Not Met permission. 2080 Adelbert Road. There are two instructional modes for this course: lecture mode and hybrid mode. Prereq: Undergraduate Student and (BIOL 325 or BIOL 326 or BIOL 362) or Requisites Not Met permission. Students are not required to write a Master of Science thesis, but the program does require passing a comprehensive oral examination. degrees. 3 Units. Recommended preparation: CBIO 453. 3 Units. BIOL 341. Then we focus on how alterations of these mechanisms can generate novel structural changes. Students entering with a bachelor’s degree will satisfactorily complete a minimum of 36 credit hours (which may include independent study/research taken as BIOL 601 Research), tutorials, and seminars. Prereq: Undergraduate Student and (BIOL 225 or BIOL 326 or BIOL 362) or Requisites Not Met permission. Students will finish the course with a research project on a topic of their choice; graduate students will present this project to the class. To that end, computer labs are the central component of the course. A candidate may wish to use BIOL 599 Advanced Independent Study for Graduate Students; the letter grade assigned will reflect the evaluation by the entire Advisory Committee. Prereq: (Undergraduate Student and BIOL 214. Elective sequences of courses in areas of biotechnology within the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees in biology are an excellent preparation for such careers. Theoretical, mathematical, and computational approaches to these fields are emphasized in the Systems Biology BS program. in Biology. Transformative Animal Models in Modern Biology. BIOL 311C. and B.S. in Biology. No prior experience with the R statistics language is necessary for this course. This will be a skill-based course that will become part of their academic toolbox. The remaining course work may include courses offered by any department within the University, subject to the advisor’s approval and School of Graduate Studies regulations. Applied Probability and Stochastic Processes for Biology. 1 Unit. 3 Units. Students will develop fundamental understanding of the evolutionary history and systematics of fishes to provide a context within which they can address aspects of biology including anatomy, physiology (e.g., in species that change sex; osmoregulation in freshwater vs. saltwater), and behavior (e.g., visual, auditory, chemical, electric communication; social structures), ecology, and evolution (e.g., speciation). This course will combine field and laboratory sessions to investigate the diversity and biology of reptiles and amphibians. Typically two lecture/discussion style presentations are followed by a student lead journal club on recent high profile papers. Offered as BIOL 378, COGS 378, MATH 378, BIOL 478, CSDS 478, EBME 478, ECSE 478, MATH 478 and NEUR 478. in Biology. The Systems Biology BS degree program is intended to provide the quantitative and multidisciplinary understanding that is necessary for work in these areas. Numerical methods will be developed using a combination of MATLAB, the R statistical package, MCell, and/or URDME, at the discretion of the instructor. The Human Microbiome. Offered as BIOL 309 and BIOL 409. Two lectures and one laboratory per week. The application of new techniques to improve food crops, including the development of genetically modified crops, has also become controversial. Individual research projects form a significant part of the curriculum for many undergraduates in all programs, and are specifically required for students in the Biology BS program. in Biology. To achieve this aim, we will highlight a variety of experimental techniques currently used in research, and students will read papers from the primary literature to supplement the text. This course does not count towards any Biology degree, nor towards the Biology minor. Prereq: (Undergraduate student and BIOL 214) or Requisites Not Met permission. and B.S. and B.S. The task of a sensory system is to collect, process, store, and transmit information about the environment. Prereq: Undergraduate student and (BIOL 326 or BIOL 373) or Requisites Not Met permission. BIOL 318. For each sensory modality, we will consider how the sensory system operates and how its operation affects the animal's behavior and ecology. This course, designed for non-biology majors, will introduce how the developments in gene sequencing, genetic markers, and stem cells can be applied for predictive testing and personalized therapies. 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