Course ID Course Name Semester Time | Day
HGEN 501 Introduction to Human Genetics Fall 10:00-11:20 | TR

Schedule for HGEN 501

January thru May || Tue, Thu 10:00 AM – 11:20 AM

Enrollment by undergraduates students requires permission of instructor. Basic knowledge of genetics is recommended. Provides a comprehensive examination of the fundamentals of human genetics. Explores topics including Mendelian and non-Mendelian inheritance, pedigree analysis, cytogenetics, aneuploid syndromes, cancer, gene structure and function, epigenetics, gene expression, biochemical genetics, and inborn errors of metabolism.

Terms: Fall | Credits: 3 | Grading: A-F


Colleen Jackson-Cook, Ph.D.

Colleen Jackson-Cook, Ph.D.

Colleen Jackson-Cook, Ph.D.
Areas for which she has expertise include acquired chromosomal abnormalities, epigenetics, telomeres, micronuclei, copy number microarrays, and non-mosaic Down syndrome.