ME.340.300.  Research Practicum.  0 Credits.  

N/A

ME.340.699.  Biological Chemistry Elective.  0 Credits.  

For Medical Students only. Specialized Topics in ME Biological Chemistry. Refer to Medical Student Electives Book located at https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/som/students/academics/electives.html.

ME.340.702.  Current Topics in Biological Chemistry.  2 Credits.  

Current Topics in Biological Chemistry, Rigor and Reproducibility in Research and some additional modue (paper review, proposal writing, Nobel-Prize winning discoveries, DEI, etc.

ME.340.704.  Developmental Biology.  1.5 Credits.  
ME.340.706.  Cell Migration in Development, Homeostasis and Disease.  0 Credits.  
ME.340.709.  Fundamentals of Glycobiology.  2.5 Credits.  

Lectures, journal clubs, and seminars are utilized to provide students with a borad foundation in the field of Glycobiology.

ME.340.710.  Techniques in Glycobiology.  4 Credits.  

Techniques in Glycobiology

ME.340.711.  Bacterial Cell Biology and Development.  0 Credits.  

This course will examine a breadth of topics in bacterial cell biology in the form of faculty lectures providing foundational information and student presentations of current research. Topics to be covered include: cell shape, polarity, and division; cell cycle control; intra-and intercellular signaling; bacterial communitites; developmental processes in bacteria; and antibiotic targets and resistance.

ME.340.712.  Bacterial Signaling and Communities.  0 Credits.  

This course will examine a breadth of topics in bacterial cell biology in the form of faculty lectures providing foundational information and student presentations of current research. Topics to be covered include: cell shape, polarity, and division; cell cycle control; intra- and intercellular signaling; bacterial communities; developmental processes in bacteria; and antibiotic targets and resistance.

ME.340.713.  Microbial Pathogenesis.  1 Credit.  

This course will examine a breadth of topics in microbial pathogenesis in the form of faculty lectures providing foundational information and student presentations of current research. Various aspects of host-pathogen interactions will be covered including routes of infection; adhesion, invasion and colonization; extracellular, cytosolic and vacuolar pathogens; virulence mechanisms and host cell manipulation; innate immunity and host defense mechanisms; antibiotic therapy and resistance.

ME.340.714.  Exosomes: Molecular Mechanisms and Biomedical Applications.  0 Credits.  

This course will explore the biology of exosomes and other secreted vesicles, as well as their biomedical roles and translational applications. Class Content will consist of a combination of in-class lectures, assigned readings, assigned literature research projects, and student presentations.

ME.340.715.  Graduate Elective in Proteomics.  1 Credit.  
ME.340.805.  Research in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.  0 Credits.  

N/A

ME.340.806.  Research Projects in Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology.  0 Credits.  
ME.340.808.  Research-BCMB.  0 Credits.  

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