Cell Signaling & Cell/Environment Interactions

It is an inevitable consequence of life that cells interact with their local environment. Cells need to respond to cues from their interactions, be they physical interactions with neighboring cells or chemical interactions with the environment. MCB faculty take a wide variety of approaches to understand the broad scope of cell signaling and adaption.

Suggested Courses


CONJ 532
Signal Transduction: from the cell membrane to the nucleus

CONJ 531
Signaling Mechanisms in Excitable Cells

Genome 559
Introduction to Statistical and Computational Genomics

MCB 536
Tools for Computational Biology


CONJ 544
Protein Structure, Modification and Regulation


BSTR 590
Cryo-electron microscopy of biological macromolecules and complexes

MCB 539
Biological Basis of Neoplasia

Bioinformatics and Gene Sequence Analysis

MCB 543
Logic Constructs and Methodologies of Biological Research