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Williams, Eugene

Faculty, Biological Sciences
Henson Science Hall (HS) 222
410-548-2062 or ext 82062
eewilliamssalisburyedu
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2014 Fall

  • BIOL 105-010 BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY
    Introduces the non-biology major to the broad principles, fundamental ideas and new discoveries in biology that significantly affect the human being’s present and future existence. Relates the study of biology to the pressing social and cultural issues of today. Does not satisfy requirements within the major. Prerequisite: BIOL 101. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IVB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIIB).
  • BIOL 350-510 CELL BIOLOGY
    Focuses on the structure and function of eukaryotic cells. Topics covered include enzyme kinetics, membrane transport, cell signaling, intercellular protein trafficking, cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, the cell cycle, and cancer. Prerequisites: BIOL 210 and CHEM 221 or 12 credits of biology. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 350-511 CELL BIOLOGY
    Focuses on the structure and function of eukaryotic cells. Topics covered include enzyme kinetics, membrane transport, cell signaling, intercellular protein trafficking, cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, the cell cycle, and cancer. Prerequisites: BIOL 210 and CHEM 221 or 12 credits of biology. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 350-512 CELL BIOLOGY
    Focuses on the structure and function of eukaryotic cells. Topics covered include enzyme kinetics, membrane transport, cell signaling, intercellular protein trafficking, cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, the cell cycle, and cancer. Prerequisites: BIOL 210 and CHEM 221 or 12 credits of biology. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 350-513 CELL BIOLOGY
    Focuses on the structure and function of eukaryotic cells. Topics covered include enzyme kinetics, membrane transport, cell signaling, intercellular protein trafficking, cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, the cell cycle, and cancer. Prerequisites: BIOL 210 and CHEM 221 or 12 credits of biology. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 415-001 RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY
    Independent student research under the supervision of a faculty member. BIOL 416 may not be used to satisfy requirements within the major. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Schedule to be arranged individually.
  • BIOL 416-001 RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY
    Independent student research under the supervision of a faculty member. BIOL 416 may not be used to satisfy requirements within the major. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Schedule to be arranged individually.
  • BIOL 420-001 READINGS IN BIOLOGY
    Readings designed to permit in-depth study of selected topics. Students submit written reports of their findings at the end of the semester. Specific topics are indicated on students’ transcripts. Prerequisites: Sixteen hours in biology, permission of instructor.
  • BIOL 465-010 ADVANCED CELL BIOLOGY
    An advanced course exploring the biology, physiology, and biochemistry of plant and animal cells. Topics include detailed examininations of organelle function, cell movement, protein turnover, cell adhesion, apoptosis, cell cycle regulation, and the cellular and molecular basis of cancer. Lectures are drawn principally from the latest primary and secondary literature. Prerequisites: BIOL 350. CHEM 417 (Biochemistry I) is recommended but not required. Three hours lecture.
  • BIOL 503-191 CONTEMPORARY CELL BIOLOGY
    Intensive study of the latest findings in cell biology, with application to the pressing problems of today. Prerequisite: Degree in biology or permission of instructor. Three hours per week.
  • BIOL 515-191 RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY
    Independent student research under the supervision of a faculty member. Student may register for BIOL 515 more than once up to a maximum of 15 credits hours. Prerequisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor. Schedule to be arranged individually.
  • BIOL 565-191 ADVANCED CELL BIOLOGY
    An advanced course exploring the biology, physiology, and biochemistry of plant and animal cells. Topics include detailed examinations of organelle function, cell movement, protein turnover, cell adhesion, apoptosis, cell cycle regulation, and the cellular and molecular basis of cancer. Lectures are drawn principally from the latest primary and secondary literature. Prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission of the instructor. Three hours per week lecture.
  • BIOL 601-191 THESIS PREPARATION
    Prerequisites: Graduate standing and permission of instructor. Three credit hours.

2015 Spring

  • BIOL 213-022 ZOOLOGY
    Study of the biodiversity, structure and functions of animals and animal-like protists with emphasis on their evolutionary relationships. Designed for biology majors and minors and other science majors. Prerequisite: BIOL 210. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week. Meets General Education IVA or IVB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIIA or IIIB).
  • BIOL 350-520 CELL BIOLOGY
    Focuses on the structure and function of eukaryotic cells. Topics covered include enzyme kinetics, membrane transport, cell signaling, intercellular protein trafficking, cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, the cell cycle, and cancer. Prerequisites: BIOL 210 and CHEM 221 or 12 credits of biology. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 350-521 CELL BIOLOGY
    Focuses on the structure and function of eukaryotic cells. Topics covered include enzyme kinetics, membrane transport, cell signaling, intercellular protein trafficking, cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, the cell cycle, and cancer. Prerequisites: BIOL 210 and CHEM 221 or 12 credits of biology. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 350-522 CELL BIOLOGY
    Focuses on the structure and function of eukaryotic cells. Topics covered include enzyme kinetics, membrane transport, cell signaling, intercellular protein trafficking, cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, the cell cycle, and cancer. Prerequisites: BIOL 210 and CHEM 221 or 12 credits of biology. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 350-523 CELL BIOLOGY
    Focuses on the structure and function of eukaryotic cells. Topics covered include enzyme kinetics, membrane transport, cell signaling, intercellular protein trafficking, cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, the cell cycle, and cancer. Prerequisites: BIOL 210 and CHEM 221 or 12 credits of biology. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • BIOL 415-022 RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY
    Independent student research under the supervision of a faculty member. BIOL 416 may not be used to satisfy requirements within the major. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Schedule to be arranged individually.
  • BIOL 416-020 RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY
    Independent student research under the supervision of a faculty member. BIOL 416 may not be used to satisfy requirements within the major. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Schedule to be arranged individually.
  • BIOL 420-022 READINGS IN BIOLOGY
    Readings designed to permit in-depth study of selected topics. Students submit written reports of their findings at the end of the semester. Specific topics are indicated on students’ transcripts. Prerequisites: Sixteen hours in biology, permission of instructor.
  • BIOL 515-016 RESEARCH IN BIOLOGY
    Independent student research under the supervision of a faculty member. Student may register for BIOL 515 more than once up to a maximum of 15 credits hours. Prerequisite: Graduate standing and permission of instructor. Schedule to be arranged individually.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Williams, E. E., Anderson, M. J. Miller, T. J. & Smith, S. D. 
(2004). 
The lipid composition of hypodermal membranes from the blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) changes during the molt cycle & alters calcium permeability. 
Comparative Biochemistry & Physiology, Part B, 
137(2), 
235-245. 

Awards(s)

Williams, E. (2012-2013). Fulbright Scholar Award - U. S. Dept. of State, Council for International Exchange of Scholars.

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