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NPB 132 Catalog name = Nature vs Nurture: Physiological Interactions Among Genes, Nutrients and Health. Informally this course is A(dipocyte) to Z(ucker rat) of obesity. Instructors: Craig Warden, Ph.D. Professor Section on Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior and Department of Pediatrics Office: Tupper Hall 4437 Phone 752-4187 Email: [email protected] Stephen Phinney, MD. Ph.D. Professor emeritus, UC Davis, and Freelance Scientist Email: [email protected] Bertrand Perroud, Ph.D. Project Scientist UC Davis Genome Center and Bioinformatics Program Phone 754-4030 Email [email protected] TA Tamara Dunn Email [email protected] Reader Yannan Xi Email [email protected] Craig’s office hours – Mondays at 1 PM or anytime I’m in the office. Just drop by 4437 Tupper Hall, or give a call 5 minutes before you want to visit. Tamara – office hours TBA Prerequisites: BIS 1A September 16, 2011 Our underlying goal for this course is to teach the best scientific evidence based
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