NTR366L_Syllabus_2012SPRING(3)

NTR366L_Syllabus_2012SPRING(3) - NTR 366L Spring 2012 Page...

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NTR 366L Spring 2012 Page 1 of 5 N UTRITION 366L R ESEARCH M ETHODS IN N UTRITIONAL S CIENCES Unique Numbers 54120, 54125, 54130 University of Texas at Austin Spring 2012 T IMES AND LOCATIONS : M 1–2, WAG 201 54120: WF 9-12 A.m., ARC 0.240 54125: MW 2–5 p.m., ARC 0.240 54130: TTH 2-5 p.m., PAI 5.30 C OURSE D IRECTOR : Dr. Huiping Zhu Office: PAI 5.20B Phone: 512-495-3003 Email: [email protected] Office hours: By appointment T EACHING A SSISTANTS : WF 9-12 am (54120): Ms. Namrata Sanjeevi [email protected] PAI 5.20 or 5.16 Office hours: By appointment MW 2-5pm (54125): Ms. Hye Sun You [email protected] Office: PAI 5.20B or 5.16 Office hours: By appointment TTH 2-5pm (54130): Dr. Ana Palacios, [email protected] Office: PAI 5.20B or 5.16 Office hours: By appointment The University of Texas Honor Code: The core values of The University of Texas at Austin are learning, discovery, freedom, leadership, individual opportunity, and responsibility. Each member of the University is expected to uphold these values through integrity, honesty, trust, fairness, and respect towards peers and community. All students are expected to conduct themselves in an ethical manner and to have read and understood the sections of the General Information Catalogue on scholastic dishonesty. Penalties for instances of scholastic dishonesty in this course shall be as outlined in the General Information Catalogue . The least severe penalty in this course shall be failure. Course Description: Focuses on state-of-the-art research in nutrition, including biochemistry and molecular biological techniques for nutrient-gene interactions, enzyme and coenzyme functions, and nutrient analysis of biologic materials. Includes data analysis and statistical methods.
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NTR 366L Spring 2012 Page 2 of 5 Prerequisites : NTR 126L, with a grade of at least C. Requirements: Lab coats: Each student must own a lab coat and wear it while in the laboratory (see also below). Software: Each student must own a copy of Microsoft Excel . This can be purchased at the Campus Computer Store as part of Microsoft Office. Binder: Each student must purchase a large 3-ring binder for organizing lab handouts and lecture slides; bring this binder to every lab. Calculator: Please bring a calculator to each lab session. Objectives: Upon completion of this course, students should have acquired a working knowledge of, as well as understand the principles underlying, a wide range of biochemical and molecular biology techniques used in modern nutrition research. Text:
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