Advanced Molecular Biophysics

BCH427H

This course provides a focused study of concepts in thermodynamics, statistical mechanics and quantum mechanics through examples dealing with important current problems in molecular biophysics. Concepts in thermodynamics and statistical mechanics will be surveyed through applications to protein folding, while principles of quantum mechanics will be emphasized through a study of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

Course Next Offered

September 2015

Prerequisites

BCH210H / 242Y / 310H / 321Y, MGB 311Y / JLM 349H

Enrollment Limit

None

Coordinator

Lewis E. Kay

Lewis E. Kay

Medical Sciences Building, Room 1233
1 King's College Circle
416-978-0741
kay@pound.med.utoronto.ca

Last Updated 13 December 2014