Undergraduates are allowed to enroll in this course.
Description: This course examines principles and applications of epigenetics as they relate to human nutrition, environmental exposures and disease etiology, including mechanisms and policy implications. Case studies evaluate processes using animal and human examples drawn from the literature. Students will be introduced to laboratory methods and emerging technologies for examining epigenetics.
This course is cross-listed with NUTR 660 in the NUTR 660 department.
Description: 'Research and Communication in the Environmental Health Sciences' is an upper graduate-level course designed for Doctoral Students. Other students and post-doctoral fellows/auditors are welcome, if space allows. The course will cover research and communication skills essential to graduate school success and a professional career in the environmental health sciences.
EHS 801 will consist of lectures, discussion sessions, journal clubs, homework assignments, group activities, and several presentations. Guest lecturers will include Departmental Faculty and University communication specialists. Students will be strongly encouraged to integrate their own dissertation aims into all aspects of the seminar.