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Teaching & Courses

Currently, I am involved in teaching graduate level courses for students enrolled in the programs in Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB) and other departmental students at the University of Washington.

Descriptions of these courses, and their most recent syllabi, are listed below.


Course Descriptions

MCB532: Human Pathogenic Viruses

Human Pathogenic Viruses
Offered Fall Quarter of odd years (next offered 2015). FHCRC Day Campus, Weintraub Bldg., Rm. B1-072/074
T, Th, 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
3.0 Credits

Limited to 27 students. Graded elective course open to graduate students in MCB, Pathobiology, and Microbiology.

Lecture and discussion class centered on replication, pathogenesis, and evolution of significant human viral pathogens including HIV, flaviviruses, ebola, influenza, poliovirus, papillomavirus, herpesviruses, smallpox, measles and others. Additional information, previous lectures, and course syllabus.