BIO 291 - Scientific Methods: Blood and Medicine
An understanding of why and how medical diagnostic tests are performed, in sickness and in “wellness.” An historical overview of such procedures is presented. Topical issues such as AIDS, cholesterol, diabetes, transfusions, and transplants are discussed.
This course is open to all students but it will not count as a Biology, Biochemistry, or Neuroscience major course.
Fulfills the Natural Scientific Inquiry requirement.