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Academic Courses Taken (graduate level)

  • Biocrystallography
    • Professors: Dr. Wim Hol, Dr. Ethan Merritt, Dr. Jack Johnson, Dr. Ning Zheng, Dr. Ron Stenkamp, and Dr. Wenqing Xu
  • Biological X-ray Structure Analysis
    • Professors: Dr. Ron Stenkamp, Dr. Wenqing Xu, and Dr. Werner Kaminsky
    • Textbook: X-ray Structure Determination, Stout and Jensen
  • Molecular Evolution
    • Professor: Dr. Anders Gorm Pedersen
    • Textbook: Inferring Phylogenies, Joseph Felsenstein, Sinauer Associates, Inc. (2003).
  • DNA Microarray Analysis
    • Professor: Dr. Henrik Bjørn Nielsn
    • Textbook: A Biologist's Guide to Analysis of DNA Microarray Data.
  • Molecular Cell Biology
    • Professor: Dr. Uffe Hasbro Mortensen and Dr. Ivan Mijakovic
    • Textbook: Molecular Cell Biology, Scott MP, Matsudaira P, Lodish H, Darnell J, Zipursky L, Kaiser CA, Berk A, and Krieger M. W. H. Freeman, 5th Edition (2003).
  • Advanced Bioinformatics
    • Professor: Dr. Søren Brunak
    • Textbook: Guide to Analysis of DNA Microarray Data, Knudsen S, 2nd Edition (2004).
  • Comparative Microbial Genomics: A Bioinformatics Approach
    • Professor: Dr. David W. Ussery

Academic Courses Taken (relating to BSc degree)

  • General Chemistry I, II, and III (+lab)
    • Professor: Dr. Bridgid Backus
    • Textbook: General Chemistry, Darrell D. Ebbing and Steven D. Gammon, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 6th Edition (1999).
  • Organic Chemistry I, II, and III
    • Professor: Dr. David Horne
    • Textbook: Organic Chemistry, Paula Yurkanis Bruice, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 3rd Edition (2001).
  • Experimental Chemistry I and II (+lab)
    • Professor: Dr. Christine Pastorek and Dr. John Loesor
    • Textbook: Principles and Techniques for an Integrated Chemistry Laboratory, David A. Aikens, et. al., Waveland Press, Inc., Prospect Heights (1984).
  • Physical Chemistry I, II, and III
    • Professor: Dr. Glenn Evans
    • Textbook: Physical Chemistry, Peter Atkins and Julio de Paula, W.H. Freeman and Company, New York, 7th Edition (2002).
      • Physical Chemistry I: Thermochemistry, Thermodynamics, Equilibrium
      • Physical Chemistry II: Quantum Theory (Schrödinger equation), Atomic Structure, Spectroscopy (rotational and vibrational, electronic transitions, magnetic resonance)
      • Physical Chemistry III: Statistical Thermodynamics, Molecular Interactions, Macromolecules and Aggregates, Kinetics and Molecular Reaction Dynamics)
  • Biochemistry I, II, and III (+lab)
    • Professor: Dr. Michael I. Schimerlik, Dr. Tory M. Hagen, Dr. Christopher K. Mathews, and Dr. George D. Pearson.
    • Textbook: Biochemistry, Christopher K. Mathews, K. E. van Holde, and Kevin G. Ahern, Addison Wesley Longman, San Fransisco, 3rd Edition (2000).
      • Biochemistry I: Energetics of Life (Thermodynamics, Chemical Reactions and Equilibrium), Nucleic Acids (Properties, Structure, Function), Protein Structure, Protein Function and Evolution, Protein Dynamics, Carbohydrates
      • Biochemistry I-Laboratory: Biochemical Assays
      • Biochemistry II: Lipids, Membranes, Cellular Transport, Enzymes, Carbohydrate Metabolism, Oxidative Processes, Photosynthesis, Lipid Metabolism, Metabolism of Nitrogenous Compounds, Nucleotide Metabolism, Metabolic Coordination/Control/Signal Transduction
      • Biochemistry II-Laboratory: Molecular Biology
      • Biochemistry III: Information Copying (Replication), Restriction, Repair, Recombination, Rearrangement, Amplification, Transcription, Translation, Expression
      • Biochemistry III-Laboratory: Radioactivity
  • General Biology I, II, and III (+lab)
    • Professor: Richard Liebaert
    • Textbook: Biology, Neil A. Campbell, The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company, Inc., Redwood City, 5th Edition (1999).
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology
    • Professor: Dr. Charles R. Wert
    • Textbook: Essential Cell Biology, Bruce Alberts, et. al., Garland Publishing, Inc. New York (1998).
  • Genetics
    • Professor: Dr. Carol Rivin
    • Textbook: Genetics: From Genes to Genomes, Leland H. Hartwell, et. al., McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Boston (2000).
  • Evolution
    • Professor: Dr. Stephan J. Arnold
    • Textbook: Evolution: An Introduction, Stephen C. Stearns and Rolf F. Hoekstra, Oxford University Press, Oxford (2000).
  • Physics with Calculus I, II, and III (+lab)
    • Professor: Dr. Henri Jansen, Dr. Carl A. Kocher, and Dr. Rubin H. Landau
    • Textbook: Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Saunders College Publishing, Philadelphia, 5th Edition (2000).
  • Biophysics I, II, and III
    • Professor: Dr. P. Shing Ho, Dr. Victor Hsu, and Dr. P. Andrew Karplus
    • Textbook: Physical Biochemistry, Kensal E. van Holde, W. Curtis Johnson, and P. Shing Ho, Prentice Hall, New Jersey (1998).
      • Biophysics I: Biological Macromolecules (Interactions, Environments, Symmetry, Structure), Molecular Thermodynamics, Statistical Thermodynamics (Structural Transitions in Polypeptides and Proteins, Structural Transitions in Polynucleotides and DNA, Nonregular Structures)
      • Biophysics II: Quantum Mechanics, Spectroscopy (Absorption, Linear and Circular Dichroism, Emisson, NMR)
      • Biophysics III: Macromolecular Structure Determination, X-ray Crystallography, Hydrogen Exchange (Dynamics, Thermodynamics, Structure), Atomic Force Microscopy, Mass Spectroscopy, Protein Folding
  • Calculus I: Differential Calculus
  • Calculus II: Integral Calculus
  • Calculus III: Infinite Series and Sequences
  • Calculus IV: Vector Calculus
  • Calculus V: Differential Equations
  • Mathematical Biology
  • Chemical Information
  • Introduction to C Programming
  • Introduction to Web Authoring
  • Java Programming
    • Professor: Dr. Jens Thyge Kristensen
    • Textbook: Object-Oriented Software Development Using Java, Xiaoping Jia, Addison-Wesley, 2nd Edition.

Academic Courses Taken (not relating to degrees)

  • Communication: Interpersonal
  • Economics: Introduction to Microeconomics
  • English: Literature of the Western Civilisation
  • Writing: English Composition I
  • Writing: English Composition III
  • Geography: Geography of Africa and the Middle East
  • Geography: Population Geography
  • Geography: Immigration (SIS 325)
  • History: History of the United States of America – Colonial Period
  • Philosophy: Ethics
  • Philosophy: Great Ideas in Philosophy
  • Political Science: Introduction to U.S. Government & Politics
  • German: Year I, II, and III
  • German Conversation: Level I, II, and III
  • German Culture
  • Health: Emergency First Aid
  • Health: Lifetime Wellness
  • Health: Asbestos General Training (Online)
  • Physical Activity: Karate
  • Physical Activity: Jogging
  • Theatre Arts: Improvisation

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