Genes, Genomes, and Human Genetics was initiated with funds from the National Center for Research Resources, National Institutes of Health.
The course instructors are Professors Jeff Charney, Drew Vershon, and Bill Sofer.
Genes, Genomes, and Human Genetics is ordinarily a three credit, introductory college course open to anyone with access to the Internet. The course is aimed at students who have taken US high school-level courses (or their equivalent) in biology and chemistry, including high school students, teachers, retirees, home schoolers, and employees at pharmaceutical and biotechnology firms. This summer, we are using some aspects of the course as a supplement to "Research Internship in Science Education" (15:526:555).
Last updated 9:30 AM June 4, 2007.
Research Internship in Science Education will begin on June 25, 2007. However, students enrolled in this class should complete the readings and quizzes before the class begins.
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