BIO434H5 • Social and Developmental Determinants of Human Health

This course encourages students to explore the relationship between social conditions and health outcomes. Topics may vary across years. Topics include the importance of the early years, interactions between the environment and the genes, epigenetic influences on health, sensitive periods of development, the influence of nutrition on health, the interaction between social policy, medical care, social class and human health. The students direct the learning experience in groups as they engage in case-based and problem-based learning.

Note: Students interested in this course must contact the Biology Undergraduate Advisor to enroll.

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