Molecular biology laboratory techniques: sterile technique and manipulation of microorganism, preparation of DNA libraries, sub-cloning DNA into vectors, detection of specific DNA and RNA sequences with nucleic acid and immunochemical probes, and sequencing of DNA. Lecture and laboratory. Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL (BCHM) 301.
Since Fall 2016

Molecular Biology Lab - BIOL/BCHM 425/503

CSHL Neurobiology of Drosophila: Genes, Circuits & Behavior course

The three week course is designed to introduce students to a wide variety of topics and techniques, including the latest approaches for studying nervous system development, activity and connectivity, as well as complex behaviors and disease models.
Summer 2016, 2017, 2018
http://meetings.cshl.edu/courses.aspx?course=C-DROS&year=16

Topics in Behavioral Genetics - BIOL 480C

Principles and advancement in behavioral genetics. Disscussion seminar with individual presentations and written grant proposal
Fall 2015

Sensory neurobiology and ecology - BIOL 483i

Upper level course in neurobiology. From quantum physics, biochemistry, molecular biology to behavior and evolution.
Since Spring 2018

Cellular neurobiology - BIOL 313

Intro to neurobiology. From physics, channels, membrane potential to muscles functions, developmental biology to advanced techniques.
Since Fall 2019

Neurobiology of aliens - Freshman seminar 101

Freshman neurobiology seminar where you learn to understand what shape nervous systems, and how. Either here and on other planets/worlds. What movies have right and what not. And what to do and what NOT to do, if you meet a real alien sometime in the future.