SIE Announcement Archive
SIE Registration begins November 25.
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SIE Course Information
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BSCI106 Principles of Biology II. TuThu 6 – 9. Course content is Ecology, Evolution, Systematics. BSCI106 is the equivalent of General Biology II. Most Dental schools explicitly require Gen Bio II. If you are pre-dental, or if you are interested in any career related to ecology, the environment, or graduate school in biology (rather than professional school) you SHOULD take BSCI106. After BSCI106 predental students can proceed to either BSCI223 or BSCI330. We do not recommend BSCI106 for premedical students. To best prepare for the MCAT premedical students should take a minimum of these BSCI courses: BSCI105>>BSCI223>>BSCI330>>BSCI440>>. Any additional BSCI courses are helpful.
BSCI201 Anatomy & Physiology 1. TuTh 6 – 9. This course is required by most PT schools, nursing, some dental schools. We recommend that pre-med students take BSCI440, Mammalian Physiology, which is a deeper & more rigorous course, rather than A & P. BSCI201 has a pre-req of BSCI105. The pre-req will be strictly enforced.
BSCI425 Epidemiology and Public Health. W 6 – 9. Pre-req BSCI223. Good additional upper level course for any pre-health professional preparation.
Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students
ABRCMS is the largest, professional conference for biomedical and behavioral students attracting approximately 2,900 individuals, including 1,800 students and 1,100 faculty and administrators. The conference is designed to encourage students to pursue advanced training in the biomedical and behavioral sciences, including mathematics and provide faculty mentors and advisors with resources for facilitating students' success. Click here for more information.
Full-time position as a Research Assistant
I am seeking a motivated individual for a full-time position as a Research Assistant in a basic science vascular surgery laboratory at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine in Baltimore. Candidates should have an interest and experience in molecular and cellular biological research. The lab's focus is on better understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying the adaptation and remodeling of peripheral venous bypass grafts and the response to vascular injury. In addition to basic molecular biology techniques, there will be the opportunity to perform translational research utilizing a small animal model. Candidates should send a brief statement of interest and curriculum vitae to: Richard Bafford, MD, MSPH email@example.com