Pep Talks and OrientationEdit
Currently (just starting out!) there is only one person, John Schmidt, who has been working on this Wikiversity learning resource.
John Schmidt has a Ph. D. in pharmacology and has published original research in journals such as
Review Article in the area of Cell BiologyEdit
John Schmidt has taught biology courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels including: Introductory Biology, Biochemistry, Developmental Biology, Cell Biology, Neurobiology, Physiology and Microbiology.
There are a few things people want to know:
- Who we are
- Where we come from
- Where we are going
- How to get there
We can make use of the tools of science to explore these issues as we work towards a coherent and unified understanding of the human condition. A good way to learn science topics is to start with the question about the world that most puzzles you. Wikiversity participants can be a guide to help a student take that first step on their personal journey of learning and then provide help as that journey continues on through the entire scope of human knowledge.
- The role of synaptic adhesion proteins in learning and memory
- The role of dis-regulated cell adhesion in cancer
- Mathematical models of neuronal networks
If you have a question about cell biology, leave a message at my user talk page.