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MCD BIO 821.6
13th Annual Stem Cell Symposium - Transforming Medicine: Innovation and Discovery at The Broad Stem Cell Research Centers
This symposium provides scientists and clinicians an opportunity to present their innovative research and advances in stem cell biology.
MCD BIO 821.8
Stem cells play a critical role in tissue and organ development, and could hold the key to repairing and regenerating the body in a wide array of diseases. Increasing our basic understanding of stem…
STATS X 402.1
This advanced statistics course emphasizes practical application of statistical analysis. The course covers the role of statistics in the fields of science, economics, nursing, business, and medical research.
PHYSCI X 425
This course examines the physiology of animals at the molecular, cellular, system, and organism levels.
CHEM XL 153C
This course is a continuation of the biochemistry series and is geared towards pre-medical and pre-health students. It covers metabolism at a cellular, organ, and organismal level.
CHEM XL 153B
This course is a continuation of the biochemistry series and is geared towards pre-medical and pre-health students. It covers metabolism, DNA and RNA properties, transcription, and protein synthesis and processing.
CHEM XL 153A
This course provides an introduction to biochemistry and is geared towards pre-medical and pre-health students. This course is the first and introductory course in the biochemistry series.
NEUROSC XL 10
This course introduces the exciting field of neuroscience. Learn current research as it relates to the physiology of the brain and nervous system.
MCD BIO X 405
This course explores the molecular and cellular biology of cancer and the current advances in therapy.
LIFESCI XL 7A
This first course in the pre-medical life science sequence provides an introduction to cell biology, biochemistry, and molecular biology.
HLT POL X 450
This course covers core concepts in basic and applied genetics and their role to clinical medicine, public health, and genetic counseling, including diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease.
Cosmetic Sciences: Skin Care Ingredients, Skin Conditions and Regulatory Issues for Cosmetic Professionals
This course offers an overview of skincare and skincare products for cosmetic professionals and beauty entrepreneurs, regardless of scientific background.
MCD BIO XL 138
This course presents the genetic, cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in the development of animal embryology and related developmental defects and disease.
MATH XL 31A
This course is the first of the Calculus series and covers differential calculus and applications and the introduction to integration. The course prepares students for Math XL 31B as well as Chemistry and Physics.
PHYSCI X 415
This course explores the molecular and cellular mechanisms that mediate how hormones affect your metabolism, growth, and sexual development.
PHYSCI X 452.6
This introductory online course unfolds the mysteries of the cell and the basic structure and function of various systems within the human body.
PHYSCI X 412
This course takes advantage of emerging science to explore the physical structures, organization, and functions of the human nervous system.
PHYSCI X 401
Discover the biochemical and biophysical principles underlying the physiological processes of the human body while simultaneously applying these principles in the laboratory.
MIMG X 401
This course introduces the immune system of our body and its molecular and cellular principles.
CHEM XL 14A
This course provides an introduction to physical and general chemistry and is geared towards pre-medical and pre-health students. This course is the first course in the general and organic chemistry series.
CHEM XL 14B
This course is the conclusion of general chemistry and introduces organic chemistry. This course is geared towards pre-medical and pre-health students and is the second course in the general and organic chemistry series.
CHEM XL 14BL
This chemistry laboratory course accompanies Chemistry 14B and provides the general chemistry lab component necessary for pre-medical and pre-health students. This is the first lab course for the chemistry series.
CHEM XL 14CL
This chemistry laboratory course accompanies Chemistry 14C and provides the organic chemistry lab component necessary for pre-medical and pre-health students. This is the second lab course for the organic chemistry series.
LIFESCI XL 107
Advanced Mendelian genetics, recombination, biochemical genetics, mutation, DNA, genetic code, gene regulation, genes in populations.
LIFESCI XL 4
Principles of Mendelian inheritance, DNA, and genetic regulation are covered in the course along with visualizing how genetics is applied in disease management and treatment.
LIFESCI XL 7B
This second course in the pre-medical life science sequence provides an introduction to principles of evolution, Mendelian inheritance, and population genetics.
MATH X 451.47
This course, the second of a two-quarter sequence in combinatorial methods, deals with the history, theory, and applications of this most intriguing and useful mathematical discipline.
PATH X 405
A typical histology course studied across medical, dental and allied health schools, it offers a perspective of basic tissues and organs of the body.
PATH X 406
A typical course taught across medical, dental, and allied health universities across the world, students in this course examine histological structure and cellular specializations of organs and organ systems of the body.
MATH XL 31B
This course is the second of the Calculus series and covers transcendental functions, methods, applications of integration, sequences, and series. The course prepares students for Calculus-based Chemistry and Physics.
MATH X 402.1
This online course covers the different applications of differential and integral calculus to characteristic problems in the public and private economic sectors. Students learn practical applications of calculus.
MATH X 451.45
This course is an introduction to the basic tenets of category theory, as formulated and illustrated through examples drawn from algebra, calculus, geometry, set theory, topology, number theory, and linear algebra.
MCD BIO XL 100
Analyze the organization, structure, and function at the molecular level of cell membranes and signaling, membrane transport, intracellular trafficking, and cell energetics.
HLT POL X 452.2
This course teaches the essentials of clinical medicine including patient care, human organ systems, common disorders, and medical terminology. Great for pre-medical or pre-health students exploring clinical medicine.
MATH X 451.46
This course, the first of a two-quarter sequence, is an introductory yet rigorous survey of the theory and applications of combinatorial methods.
EPS SCI XL 1
This introductory Earth Science course covers elements of Earth Science, Earth materials; nature and interpretation of geologic evidence; study of geologic processes, and historical aspects of geology.
PHYSCI XL 13
This course is a structural survey of the human body that provides both a theoretical and practical look at anatomy.
PHYSCI XL 3
Inquire into life as we know it by understanding the organization of human body, from molecular to cellular to tissues and organs and how they are integrated to make life happen.
LIFESCI XL 23L
Perform cutting-edge bioinformatics laboratory experiments involving microscopes and live experimental subjects. Students work in small groups of three in this introductory life science laboratory course.
PATH X 401
This course covers the basic principles of molecular diagnostics and the applications of the emerging technologies in personalized medicine.
PHYSCI X 459.10
An introductory course that provides an overview of the mechanisms and consequences of disease based on physiological dysfunction in the major organ systems.
HLT POL X 456
This course highlights key principles of pediatric medicine and its subspecialties, including relevant public health issues in maternal and child health. This is a great course for pre-health students.
M PHARM X 401
This course is an introduction to the mechanisms underlying the action of various classes of drugs and their receptor targets in the body.
BIOL CH X 401
In this course, an introduction to protein and nucleic acid structures is delivered through various lectures, as well as exploring the relationship between protein structures and common human pathologies.
STATS XL 13
This introductory course for pre-health and pre-medical students covers the presentation and interpretation of data, descriptive statistics, and introduction to correlation, regression, and basic statistical inference.
STATS XL 10
This introductory course covers statistical understanding including strengths and limitations of basic experimental designs, graphical and numerical summaries of data, inference, and regression as descriptive tool.
STATS X 402
This introductory statistics course emphasizes practical application of statistical analysis. The introduction covers the role of statistics in the fields of science, economics, nursing, business, and medical research.
MIMG XL 102
This course explores the viral world and its diversity along with its role in epidemic diseases and cancer.
NURSING X 400
This course covers principles of medical terminologies through word roots, abbreviations, and related anatomy and body systems. Students develop medical vocabulary applicable to all specialties of medicine.
MIMG XL 100L
Designed for non-majors, this course emphasizes experimental techniques to cultivate and characterize bacteria.
MIMG XL 6
Created exclusively for students from non-science backgrounds, this course introduces the biology of various microorganisms and their significance in comprehending fundamental cellular processes and human affairs.
MCD BIO XL 144
This course presents the fundamentals of modern molecular biology from the perspectives of known mechanisms as well as theoretical perspectives used in laboratories.
PHYSCI X 435
Learn the molecular, cellular, and circuitry mechanisms that underlie the functioning of the mammalian nervous system, especially the human brain.
BIOLGY X 480.31
This course introduces methods and techniques of studying animal behavior. Topics include techniques of organizing and collecting data and accurately assessing and describing behavior. This course takes place at the LA Zoo.
CHEM XL 14D
This course is the conclusion of the organic chemistry series. This course is geared towards pre-medical and pre-health students and is the fourth and final course in the general and organic chemistry series.
ORL BIO X 401
This interactive course focuses on the interconnectivity between bone, immune biology, and certain pathological states.
PHYSCI X 408
This course explores current clinical interventions for preventing and treating cardiovascular diseases by focusing on lifestyle modifications.
NURSING X 456.1
This course introduces students to the major genetic syndromes that appear in childhood, from their molecular, physical, and behavioral underpinnings to their risk factors, epidemiology, and public health implications.
PHYSICS XL 10
This course presents the cultural and historical perspectives of physical ideas while delving into planetary motion, Newton's laws, light, sound, heat, and quantum mechanics.
PHYSICS XL 5C
This is the third course in the pre-medical physics sequence. It explores electrostatics in vacuum and in water, with applications to biological and biochemical systems.
PHYSICS XL 5A
This is the first course in pre-medical physics sequence, which discusses the statics and dynamics of forces, motion and energy.
PHYSICS XL 5B
This is the second course in the pre-medical physics sequence, which provides an introduction to thermal properties of fluids, sound, light, waves, and optics.
LIFESCI XL 7C
This third course in the pre-medical life science sequence explains cells, organs, and the physiology of organ systems.
MATH XL 1
This foundational course covers topics in Precalculus and is designed to prepare students for college-level Calculus (Math XL 31A).
PHYSCI X 410
This course explores pulmonary physiology at the molecular, cellular, and system level to understand the respiratory system of the human body.
CHEM XL 14C
This course is a continuation of organic chemistry in the organic chemistry series. This course is geared towards pre-medical and pre-health students and is the third course in the general and organic chemistry series.