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Courses Taught

2012

Spring

Course: VBMS 7450 Selected Topics in Graduate Education Research
Credit Hours: 2; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

Course: VBMS 4980 Undergraduate Research

Credit Hours: 3; Number of Students: 1

Contact hours: 3 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

 Course: VBMS 7970 Research Problems in Biomedical Sciences.

Credit Hours: 2; Number of Students: 1

Contact hours: 3 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

2011

Fall

Course: VBMS-8990b “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 5; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 8 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

Course: CMBL/VBMS 7530 - Experimental Techniques in Molecular and Cell Biology

Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 9
Contact hours: 2 hour lecture, 2 hours laboratory work

 

Spring

Course: VBMS-8990 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 2; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

 

 

2010

 Fall

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

Course: VBMS 4980 P54 - Undergraduate Research -
Credit Hours:  Students Registered: 2
 

Summer

Course: CMBL/VBMS 7530 - Experimental Techniques in Molecular and Cell Biology

Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 9
Contact hours: 2 hour lecture, 2 hours laboratory work

 

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 6 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

2009

 Summer

Course: Veterinary Summer Scholars (VSS) Program

Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 4 hour/week laboratory work

 

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 3; Number of Students: 3
Contact hours: 18 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

Spring

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 3; Number of Students: 3
Contact hours: 18 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

 

2008

 Fall

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 3; Number of Students: 3
Contact hours: 18 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

Summer

Course: CMBL/VBMS 7530 - Experimental Techniques in Molecular and Cell Biology

Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 11
Contact hours: 2 hour lecture, 2 hours laboratory work

 

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 3; Number of Students: 3
Contact hours: 18 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

Spring

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 3; Number of Students: 3
Contact hours: 18 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

Course: VBMS-7970-P54 “Research Problems in Biomedical Science”
Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week design of experiments and discussions

 

2007

 

Fall

Course: CMBL/VBMS 7530 - Experimental Techniques in Molecular and Cell Biology

Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 7
Contact hours: 2 hour lecture, 2 hours laboratory work

 

Course: VBMS-7970-P54 “Research Problems in Biomedical Science”
Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week design of experiments and discussions

 

Summer

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 11; Number of Students: 3
Contact hours: 22 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

Course: VBMS-7970-P54 “Research Problems in Biomedical Science”
Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week design of experiments and discussions

 

Spring

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 5; Number of Students: 2
Contact hours: 10 hour/week design of protocols, discussions and conferences

 

Course: VBMS-7970-P54 “Research Problems in Biomedical Science”
Credit Hours: 2; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 5 hour/week design of experiments and discussions

 

2006

Fall

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 10; Number of Students: 2
Contact hours: 10 hour/week discussions and conferences

 

Summer

Course: CMBL/VBMS 7530 - Experimental Techniques in Molecular and Cell Biology

Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 7
Contact hours: 2 hour lecture, 2 hours laboratory work

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 7; Number of Students: 2
Contact hours: 7 hour/week discussions

Course: VBMS-7970-P54 “Research Problems in Biomedical Science”
Credit Hours: 8; Number of Students: 2
Contact hours: 8 hour/week discussions

Spring

Course: VBMS-7700 “Combinatorial Biochemistry and Phage Display”
Credit Hours: 4; Number of Students: 3
Contact hours: 1 hour/week lecture, 4 hours/week lab

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 3; Number of Students: 2
Contact hours: 3 hour/week discussions

Course: VBMS-7970-P54 “Research Problems in Biomedical Science”
Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 2
Contact hours: 3 hour/week discussions

2005

Fall

Course: CMBL/VBMS 7530 - Experimental Techniques in Molecular and Cell BiologyCredit Hours: 1
Number of Students: 11
Contact hours: 2 hour lecture, 2 hours laboratory work

Course: VBMS-7970-P54 “Research Problems in Biomedical Science”
Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week discussions

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 3; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week discussions

Spring

Course: VBMS-7700-PO1 “Combinatorial Biochemistry and Phage Display”
Credit Hours: 4; Number of Students: 4
Contact hours: 1 hour/week lecture, 4 hours/week lab

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week discussions

Course: VMED-5602-005 “Research problems in biomedical science”
Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 2 hours/week

Course VMBS-7990-P54 "Research and thesis in biomedical Science"

Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week discussions

2004

Fall

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week discussions

 

Summer

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week discussions

 

Spring

Course: VBMS-7700-PO1 “Combinatorial Biochemistry and Phage Display”
Credit Hours: 4; Number of Students: 2
Contact hours: 1 hour/week lecture, 6 hours/week lab

 

Course: VBMS-8990-P54 “Research and dissertation”
Credit Hours: 1; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 3 hour/week discussions

 

2003

Summer

Course: Summer Veterinary Student Research Program. 
“Molecular Probes for Detection of Salmonella”
Credit Hours: NA; Number of Students: 1
Contact hours: 8 hours/week

 

Spring

Course: VBMS-7700-PO1 “Combinatorial Biochemistry and Phage Display”
Credit Hours: 4; Number of Students: 2
Contact hours: 1 hour/week lecture, 6 hours/week lab

 

2002

Summer

Course: CMBL/VBMS 7530 Experimental Techniques In molecular and Cell Biology (team taught): 
“Combinatorial Biochemistry and Phage Display”
Credit Hours: 4 ; Number of Students: 7
Contact hours: 1 lecture (2 hours), 1 lab (two hours)

 

Course: VBMS-7970-P54 “Research problems in biomedical science”
Credit Hours: 5 ; Number of Students: 2
Contact hours: 8 hours/week

 

Spring

Course: VBMS-7970-P54 “Research problems in biomedical science”
Credit Hours: 5 ; Number of Students: 2
Contact hours: 8 hours/week

 

2001

Fall

Course: CMBL/VBMS 7530 “Experimental Techniques In molecular and Cell Biology” (team taught): 
“Combinatorial Biochemistry and Phage Display”.
Credit Hours: 4 ; Number of Students: 11
Contact hours: 1 lecture (2 hours), 1 lab (two hours)

Courses developed

  • Summer Veterinary Student Research Program. “Molecular Probes for Detection of Salmonella
  • Graduate semester course VBMS-7700-PO1: “Combinatorial Biochemistry and Phage Display”
  • Graduate semester course VBMS-7970-P54: “Research problems in Biomedical Science: Phage Display.”
  • Graduate semester course CMBL/VBMS 7530 Experimental Techniques In Molecular and Cell Biology (team taught): Combinatorial Biochemistry and Phage Display
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