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This is a series of 14-lecture, 1-2 credit modules. These modules introduce students to different techniques commonly used in mechanistic and structural biology. All modules are independent but require Biochemistry/Biophysics 650-652 or permission of the instructor as prerequisites.   Students in the biophysics program are required to take 3 modules, but many students take more than three to gain skills that will benefit their thesis research.

BIOC 660: Imaging

BIOC 662: Macromolecular Interactions

BIOC 663A and 663B: Macromolecular NMR: Theory &Practice

BIOC 664: Macromolecular Spectroscopy: Principles & Applications

BIOC 665: Advanced NMR

BIOC 666: X-ray Crystallography of Macromolecules

BIOC 667: Macromolecular Crystallographic Methods

BIOC 670: Structural Bioinformatics

BIOC 673: Proteomics , Protein Identification, and Characterization by Mass Spectrometry

BIOC 675: Fundamentals of Cryo-Electron Microscopy

BIOC 888: Responsible Conduct of Research

BCB 715: Mathematical and Computational Approaches to Modeling Signaling Pathways and Regulatory Networks