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AIS 202A - Introduction to Laboratory Methods in Cancer Biology

Course information

Usually Offered: Fall
Course Description:

Basic research theory and methodology using cancer in Native Americans as a model topic. Topics include laboratory protocol, record keeping, calculations, safety, and research ethics. Part of a four-semester pre-health profession curriculum for Native American students.

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences