Mhaemo

Teaching

Office hours
Illick 133
Fall 2011: by appointment
ph# 315-470-4762
fax 315-470-6934
cwhipps@esf.edu

EFB 103. General Biology II: Cell Biology and Genetics (Spring)
Three hours of lecture per week.  Organization and function of living cells. Key topics include biological molecules, organelle structure and function, gene expression, cell division, metabolism, photosynthesis, cell signaling, genomics, and population genetics.
Enrolled students will use Blackboard for class resources.

 

EFB 453. Parasitology (3 cr.)
Two hours of lecture/discussion per week, three hours laboratory. Diversity, ecology, and impact of parasites of ecological, medical, and veterinary importance. Emphasis on identification, life history, control, host-parasite interactions and evolution, population patterns, and parasite communities. Spring.

Prerequisite(s): One year of Introductory Biology, Ecology. Note:  Credit will not be granted for both EFB 453 and EFB 653

 

EFB 653. Parasitology (3 cr.)
Two hours of lecture/discussion per week, three hours laboratory. Diversity, ecology, and impact of parasites of ecological, medical, and veterinary importance. Emphasis on identification, life history, control, host-parasite interactions and evolution, population patterns, and parasite communities. Students write a review paper and present on a parasitic disease. Spring.

Prerequisite(s): One year of Introductory Biology, Ecology. Note: Credit will not be granted for both EFB 453 and EFB 653.

 

GRADUATE SEMINAR OFFERINGS (THESE VARY BETWEEN YEARS):

EFB 797. Molecular Biology and Population Genetics Seminar (Fall 2009)
Weekly seminar on population genetics, genome & transcriptome sequencing, gene mapping/quantitative traits, and functional analysis. Time and location to be determined.

EFB 797. Topics in Applied Microbiology (Spring 2010)
Weekly seminar on applied microbiology. Students will present published research and lead discussions. Time and location to be determined.

EFB 797. Infectious Diseases (Fall 2010)
Weekly seminar on general topics on infectious diseases. Time and Location TBA.