Biomedical Research (BMR)

BMR 601 Intro DNA, RNA & Protiens3 Credit hours   

A molecular and cell biological study of the structure and function of nucleic acids and proteins.

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BMR 602 Intro Cells and Metabolism3 Credit hours   

A molecular and cell biological study of the structure of cells and of cellular metabolism.

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BMR 603 Regulation Cell Function2 Credit hours   

An advanced molecular and cell biological study of cell metabolism and the regulation of cell function.

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BMR 604 Cell Basis of Disease1 Credit hour   

A molecular and cell biological study of the basis of diseases prevalent in Appalachia

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BMR 617 BMR Statistics Technique3 Credit hours   

An application-oriented course in statistical concepts and techniques aimed at prospective researchers in the biomedical sciences.

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BMR 628 Neuroscience I3 Credit hours   

To study and understand the structure and function of the nervous system and disorders of neuronal function.

Pre-req: BMR 600.

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BMR 629 Neuroscience II3 Credit hours   

To study and understand the structure and function of the nervous system and disorders of neuronal function.

Pre-req: BMR 628.

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BMR 631 Neurosci/DevBio Lit Review1 Credit hour   

Published articles in the neuroscience literature will be presented by all class members. Each presentation will include background introduction methods, results, and discussion of the neuroscience research.

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BMR 641 Molecular Development3 Credit hours   

An in-depth discussion of current literature in developmental biology with emphasis on early embryo development, morphogenesis, lineage determination and regulation of of developmental process.

Pre-req: BIC 628.

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BMR 644 Research Conduct1 Credit hour   

Responsible conduct of research, including human subjects, live vertebrate animals, conflict of interest, mentor.mentee responsibilities, collaborative research, peer review, data management, research misconduct, and responsible authorship, with case discussions.

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BMR 651 Cancer Biology4 Credit hours   

An advanced graduate course on the core principles of initiation, progression, treatment and prevention of cancer, based on current literature. (PR: BMR 601, 602, 603, 604, and permission of instructor).

Pre-req: BMR 601 and BMR 602 and BMR 603 and BMR 604.

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BMR 652 Cancer Biol Colloquium1 Credit hour   

This is a mentored journal club for graduate students covering selected areas of current interest in cancer biology research.

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BMR 660 Communication Bio Sci I1 Credit hour   

Biomedical graduate students are trained to plan, prepare and deliver effective scientific presentations.

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BMR 661 Communication Bio Sci II1 Credit hour   

Biomedical graduate students are trained to plan, prepare and deliver effective scientific presentations.

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BMR 664 ORDRC Colloquim1 Credit hour   

A seminar course where published articles in the field of obesity and obesity-related diseases are presented and discussed.

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BMR 665 CDRC Colloquium1 Credit hour   

A seminar-style series that will focus on recent advances in topics related to cardiovascular disease.

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BMR 674 Teaching Practicum1 Credit hour   

Students gain experience in teaching using a variety of methods in a supervised setting.

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BMR 676 CBR Journal Club1 Credit hour   

Mentored journal club preparation with monthly presentation in cellular and molecular biology research.

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BMR 679 Special Problems1 Credit hour   

Intensive study of a selected topic or problem. Emphasizes independent study.

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BMR 680 Seminar1 Credit hour   

Study and discussion of current topics related to the Biomedical Sciences.

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BMR 681 Thesis1-6 Credit hours   
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BMR 785 Intro to Research1-6 Credit hours   

Directed research activities requiring a completed prospectus for an advanced research project, a written report, or a research thesis. A minimum of three (3) hours required for all M.S. candidates.

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BMR 882 Research1-15 Credit hours   
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