One semester per year, I co-teach Molecular Biology and Genetics (BIOL221) with Dr. Mia Levine. Dr. Levine takes the heavy lifting on classic Mendelian Transmission Genetics across a host of model systems, while I cover the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology, focusing on transcription, translation, and regulation of gene expression in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

For our course textbook we use the Griffith’s et al 11th edition of “Introduction to Genetic Analysis.” Although, for fun and additional content I am also fond of the other three books below.