BIOL4234/CAMB5500: Epigenetics (Spring)
Roberto Bonasio & Thomas Jongens
BIOM5550: Regulation of the Genome (Spring)
Irfan Asangani & Luca Busino
CAMB 5300: THE CELL CYCLE, GENOME INTEGRITY, AND CANCER (Fall)
Zhaolan (Joe) Zhou, Erica Korb, & Hao Wu
CAMB7130 Neuroepigenetics / NGG 7130 Neuroepigenetics (Fall)
This is a course intended to bring students up to date concerning our understanding of Neural Epigenetics. It is based on assigned topics and readings covering a variety of experimental systems and concepts in the field of Neuroepigenetics, formal presentations by individual students, critical evaluation of primary data, and in-depth discussion of potential issues and future directions, with goals to: 1) Review basic concepts of epigenetics in the context of neuroscience, 2) Learn to critically evaluate a topic (not a single paper) and set the premise, 3) Improve experimental design and enhance rigor and reproducibility, 4) Catch up with the most recent development in neuroepigenetics, 5) Develop professional presentation skills – be a story teller.