SB201

This is a discussion based course focused on classic problems in development and how they can be addressed using quantitative, systems-level approaches.

SB201 is not scheduled to be taught during 2016-2017.

 

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SB201

Students will deliver short lectures to their classmates and lead discussions on selected topics in development.  The lectures will be chalk talks, mentored by faculty and the teaching fellow.  Discussions will focus on disagreements, puzzles and challenges in the field.

SB201 is not scheduled to be taught during 2016-2017.

 

SB201

At the end of the course, each student will prepare a short paper addressing a research topic from a set of questions curated by the faculty. Students will receive detailed feedback on these proposals from each other, faculty and the teaching fellow.

SB201 is not scheduled to be taught during 2016-2017.

 

SB201

The class will address 4 major topics: The Egg, The Body Plan, Morphogenesis and Selected Topics in Evolution.

SB201 is not scheduled to be taught during 2016-2017.