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MOL 328 Medical Research and Researchers: Preeminence, Problems, Policies**

Rosenberg, Mahmoud

Medical research aims to improve and maintain human health. Accordingly, researchers employ such strategies as understanding biology, defining disease mechanisms, and developing ways to prevent, treat, or cure. Today, the U.S. is the preeminent global power in medical research through interactions among government, academia, and industry. This course will trace the evolution of this country's research enterprise, describe its diverse cultures, focus on its greatest achievements (and achievers), and identify a number of challenges confronting it currently. How the U.S. copes with these challenges will influence the future of world health.

Prerequisites: MOL 214/EEB 214 or MOL 215/EEB 215

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