Molecular Biology of the Cell

MCDB 3500

 

M, W, F 12:00 to 12:50 CHEM 140

 

Instructor: Michael Stowell

 

The course website is:

 

http://dosequis.colorado.edu/MCDB3500

TIMELY ANNOUNCEMENT

REGISTER CLICKERS BY JAN 19th

http://www.colorado.edu/its/cuclickers/students/register.html

IMPORTANT DATES

Exam #1. Wednesday, Feb. 10

            12:00 -12:50

Exam #2. Monday, Mar 8

          12:00 - 12:50

Exam #3. Monday, Apr 12

           12:00 - 12:50

Final Exam Saturday May 1

          7:30 PM to 10:00 PM

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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Description

MCDB 3500 defines the molecules in cells, and describes the major molecular processes that lie behind most biological events (replication of DNA, transcription and processing of RNA, translation of genetic information into proteins), and emphasizes the techniques and experiments that lead to this information.

Personnel

 

Instructor: Michael Stowell.

Office hours Wednesday 1:00-3:00 or by appointment.

Email: stowellm@colorado.edu

Office: Porter B231

Phone: 303 735 2983

 

Teaching Fellow: Michelle Smith

Email: Michelle.K.Smith@Colorado.EDU

 

TA: Jonathan Langberg
TA hours : Monday 16:00 & Thursday 10:00

Email: jonathan.langberg@colorado.edu

Office: MCDB A350