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Cell and Developmental Biology

Major

Cell and Developmental Biology aims to understand how a single cell undergoes divisions and cell differentiation to give rise to different cell and tissue types in a coordinated manner to lead to a whole organism. A comprehensive understanding of cell biology in the context of development provides a means to understand process that lead to diseases such as cancer. Cell and Developmental Biology provides undergraduate units of study that are transdisciplinary in nature. For more information on the program structure and content, view the Science Undergraduate Handbook.
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