2006-Winter

CHEM-120-LEACHEM-120-001 LEA - General Chemistry 2

A study of the macroscopic properties of molecules. How Physical Chemistry and Thermodynamics can be used to understand equilibrium balances in nature, with applications to simple organic reactions, acid-base chemistry, solubility and materials, molecular kinetics, and current topics in environmental science.

 

 

 

CHEM-120-ADAMCHEM-120-002 ADAM - General Chemistry 2

A study of the macroscopic properties of molecules. How Physical Chemistry and Thermodynamics can be used to understand equilibrium balances in nature, with applications to simple organic reactions, acid-base chemistry, solubility and materials, molecular kinetics, and current topics in environmental science.

 

 

 

CHEM-180CHEM-150 - World of Chemistry: Food

A series of lectures on the historical, practical, and simple chemical aspects of: food, food additives; vitamins; minerals, diet and cancer; dieting; water.

 

 

CHEM-180CHEM-180 - World of Chemistry: Environment

Water, air pollution, sick-building syndrome, the chemistry of the car, energy (fossil fuel, nuclear), environmental accidents, household products, computers and cosmetics including skin, teeth, hair, and smells. Extensive use of visual materials.

 

 

CHEM-204CHEM-204 - Physical Chemistry/Biological Sciences 1

Emphasis on the use of biological examples to illustrate the principles of physical chemistry. The relevance of physical chemistry to biology is stressed.

 

 

CHEM-222CHEM-222 - Introductory Organic Chemistry 2

Modern spectroscopic techniques for structure determination. The chemistry of alcohols, ethers, carbonyl compounds and amines whith special attention to mechanistic aspects. Special topics.

 

 

BIOL-201BIOL-201 - Cell Biology and Metabolism

The aim of this course is to provide students with a basic understanding of the structure and function of a cell, the fundamental unit of life.

 

 

 

BIOL-202BIOL-202 - Basic Genetics

The course is designed to convey basic information on the principles of heredity in the light of modern advances, problems, and applications deemed relevant for the various major programs in the biological sciences.

 

 

 

BIOC-212BIOC-212 - Molecular Mechanisms of Cell Function

To introduce the developments that led to an understanding of the nature of matter and to examine modern applications of chemistry.

 

 

PATH-300PATH-300 - Human Disease

This course provides a fundamental understanding of the diseases prevalent in North America, for upper level students in the biomedical sciences. An overview of the general responses of cells and organ systems to injury will be followed by an assessment of individual diseases. The course will focus on current knowledge of the crucial changes that occur at the cellular and molecular level in each disease, and will link these changes to causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.

 

PATH-600PATH-600 - Graduate Studies Program in Pathology

Research Seminars and Lectures

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHAR-301PHAR-301 - Drugs and Disease

This course examines the fundamental mechanisms by which toxic compounds damage a biological system - organelle, cell, organ, organism, or ecosystem. Detection and quantification of toxicity, and risk/benefit analysis are considered. Selected agents of current risk to human health or to the environment are evaluated in depth.

 

PHGY-210-001PHGY-210-001 - Mammalian Physiology 2.

Physiology of the autonomic nervous system; cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive and renal systems; exercise physiology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PHGY-210-002PHGY-202 / PHGY-210-002 - Mammalian Physiology 2.

Physiology of the autonomic nervous system; cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive and renal systems; exercise physiology.