The School of Biological Sciences at Georgia Tech has strong undergraduate and graduate programs in Biology. I contribute to these programs by teaching core courses in Genetics, Evolution, and Ethics.
Biological Principles (BIOL 1510)
This class provides an introduction to the basic principles of modern biology, including biomacromolecules, bioenergetics, cell structure, genetics, homeostasis, evolution, and ecological relationships.
Genetics (BIOL 2344)
Genetics focuses on understanding heredity and variation in biological systems. Genetics has a fundamental role in the study of life and in human affairs.
Bioethics (BIOL 4650)
Bioethics examines the process of science and the ethical implications of biological research. Bioethics plays an increasingly important role in our understanding of the importance and effects of biology in society.
Behavioral Biology (BIOL 4471)
Behavioral biology is an introduction to the study of the principles of behavior of all kinds of organisms, from microbes to mammals. We examine basic principles derived from evolution, ecology, ethology, and development, and use these principles to explain how and why organisms behave as they do.