IND 447

Signal Transduction

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Cellular signal transduction is one of the most widely studied topics in the biomedical sciences. It has become clear that cells have multiple mechanisms for sensing the environment and converting the external signals into intracellular responses. The goal of this course will be for students to learn modern concepts in signal transduction. The lectures will cover a spectrum of topics ranging from basic principles and mechanisms of signal transduction to contemporary techniques for doing research in this area.

Lecturers
Phone
Alan V. Smrcka, Ph.D. Dr. Alan V. Smrcka (Course Director)
5-0892
Paul S. Brookes, Ph.D. Dr. Paul S. Brookes
3-1626
Robert S. Freeman, Ph.D. Dr. Robert S. Freeman
3-4893
Angela J. Glading, Ph.D. Dr. Angela J. Glading
3-5750
Hammes Dr. Stephen R. Hammes 5-2901
Coeli Lopes, Ph.D. Dr. Coeli Lopes
6-9784
Sellix Dr. Michael T. Sellix 6-6004
Trevor J. Shuttleworth, Ph.D. Dr. Trevor J. Shuttleworth
5-2076
Gregory G. Tall Dr. Gregory G. Tall
3-2069
Chen Yan, Ph.D. Dr. Chen Yan
3-2154
David I. Yule, Ph.D. Dr. David I. Yule
3-2154
Jiyong Zhao, Ph.D. Dr. Jiyong Zhao 3-1453

See also:
Miner Digital Library

stke.sciencemag.org

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