BIOL535 - THEORY OF LIVING SYSTEMS

The goal of this course is to discuss broad conceptual theories that address complex phenomena of living systems. Example questions include: what is the molecular architecture of information processing in cells and developing organisms? What is the functional architecture of cooperative organization from molecules in a cell to whole organism social interactions? How is complex multi-factorial information represented in organisms? The course will meet once a week and students will research relevant papers, lead discussions, and generate synopsis of group discussions. At the end of the semester, faculty and students are expected to co-author a review report of the discussed topics.
Section 401 - SEM
R 0100PM-0300PM
BALASUBRAMANIAN, VIJAY
KIM, JUNHYONG
RAJ, ARJUN
MOSSEL, ELCHANAN
GOULIAN, MARK
AKCAY, EROL
DAVID RITTENHOUSE LAB 2N36