Main Navigation
Apply Now Request Info


MIP 611 - Advanced Microbiological Research Methods  

  • 4 credits
View available sections

The 21st century microbiologist requires a working knowledge of an ever-growing arsenal of microbiological and molecular research techniques in order to be an effective experimentalist and understand the current literature. This course will provide graduate students with an in-depth understanding of a wide array of experimental techniques commonly used to investigate the cellular and molecular biology of disease. Students will learn to determine which techniques are best for a particular situation as well as how to analyze and interpret experimental results.

Upon the completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Able to read and interpret primary scientific literature
  • Analyze and interpret real experimental results
  • Critically think and develop troubleshoot skills for molecular biology experiments


Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels: Graduate (GR) OR Professional (PR)


Dr. Grace Borlee