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Cech, Thomas R Distinguished Professor, Nobel Laureate and Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator

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Research

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  • My research is on chromosome ends (telomeres) and their replication by telomerase.

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  • Interdisciplinary research and education

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Teaching

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  • BCHM 4312 - Quantitative Optical Imaging
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Explores the fundamentals of optical imaging in biology, especially molecular and cellular biology. Covered topics include an introduction to optics and microscopes, fluorescence microscopy and image analysis, and biological applications. MATLAB will be taught at the beginning of the course and used throughout for image processing. Prior experience with MATLAB (or Python) is highly recommended but not required. Same as MCDB 4312, MCDB 5312 and BCHM 5312.
  • BCHM 5312 - Quantitative Optical Imaging
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Explores the fundamentals of optical imaging in biology, especially molecular and cellular biology. Covered topics include an introduction to optics and microscopes, fluorescence microscopy and image analysis, and biological applications. MATLAB will be taught at the beginning of the course and used throughout for image processing. Prior experience with MATLAB (or Python) is highly recommended but not required. Same as MCDB 5312, MCDB 4312 and BCHM 4312.
  • MCDB 4312 - Quantitative Optical Imaging
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
    Explores the fundamentals of optical imaging in biology, especially molecular and cellular biology. Covered topics include an introduction to optics and microscopes, fluorescence microscopy and image analysis, and biological applications. MATLAB will be taught at the beginning of the course and used throughout for image processing. Prior experience with MATLAB (or Python) is highly recommended but not required. Same as BCHM 4312, MCDB 5312 and BCHM 5312.
  • MCDB 4990 - Honors Thesis
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2019 / Spring 2020
    Involves the preparation and defense of an honors thesis, based on faculty-supervised original research, including final phases of the research project. Recommended prerequisites: MCDB 4840 or MCDB 4980 or comparable research experience, and minimum GPA of 3.3 and approval by the MCDB Honors Committee.
  • MCDB 5312 - Quantitative Optical Imaging
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018 / Fall 2019
    Explores the fundamentals of optical imaging in biology, especially molecular and cellular biology. Covered topics include an introduction to optics and microscopes, fluorescence microscopy and image analysis, and biological applications. MATLAB will be taught at the beginning of the course and used throughout for image processing. Prior experience with MATLAB (or Python) is highly recommended but not required. Same as BCHM 5312, MCDB 4312 and BCHM 4312.

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