Office Hours spring 2016

  • Monday 1030-1120
  • Tuesday 100-150
  • Wednesday 1030-1120
  • Thursday 100-150
  • Friday 1030-1120
 

Interests

Immunology, Tumor Immunology and Cancer Biology

 

Robert O'Donnell

SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor of

Biology

Integrated Science Center 355
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
585-245-5313
odonnell@geneseo.edu

Dr. O'Donnell has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 1987.

Faculty Information

Education

  • Ph.D. in Genetics, The George Washington University, 1978
  • B.S. in Biology, Providence College, 1975

Affiliations

  • Northeast Preprofessional Health Advisors
Spring 2016 Classes

BIOL 103:
Human Biology-Lec

    Designed for non-majors. Principles of basic human functions are discussed and applied to prepare the student for making broad-based value judgments. Practical questions of modern life are treated sci
    entifically from a biological viewpoint. Counts for general education only if BIOL 104 is taken concurrently. Offered every spring
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BIOL 119:
GenBiol:Diversity,Physiol,Ecol

    An introductory course in the biological sciences covering animal diversity, animal biology, plant biology, and ecology. Counts for general education only when taken with BIOL 116. Prerequisites: BIOL
    117. Offered every spring
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BIOL 334:
Biology of Cancer-Lec

    This course looks at the molecular origins of cancer with emphasis on understanding oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes and their role in signal transduction and the cell cycle. The course will exami
    ne the discovery of viral oncogenes, cellular oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes and relate them to current therapeutic approaches. The course will also cover topics in cancer prevention and treatment and look at some of the most common tumor types. Restricted to majors. Prerequisite: BIOL 300. Offered spring, even years
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BIOL 334:
Biology of Cancer-Rec

    This course looks at the molecular origins of cancer with emphasis on understanding oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes and their role in signal transduction and the cell cycle. The course will exami
    ne the discovery of viral oncogenes, cellular oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes and relate them to current therapeutic approaches. The course will also cover topics in cancer prevention and treatment and look at some of the most common tumor types. Restricted to majors. Prerequisite: BIOL 300. Offered spring, even years
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