Graduate College - GC

GC 401 Scientific Integrity and Responsible Research 0 hours. Designed to meet NIH requirements for formal training in the responsible conduct of research. Ethical and legal issues in the conduct of research; University of Illinois at Chicago research standards, regulations, and procedures. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. Meets during the first seven weeks of the term on the west side of campus, and on the east side of campus during the last seven weeks.  Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing. 
GC 470 Essentials for Animal Research 1 hours. Will acquaint the students with the regulations, sources of information, humane principles and ethical considerations involving the appropriate use of animals for research and teaching purposes. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only.  
GC 471 Experimental Animal Techniques 2 hours. Noninvasive and invasive techniques commonly used in laboratory animals are performed with emphasis placed upon the proper use of anesthetic, analgesics and aseptic techniques. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. Animals used in instruction. Prerequisite(s): GC 470. 
GC 473 Seminar in Comparative Medicine 1 TO 2 hours. Selected fields of interest and research in comparative medicine will be presented in the areas of comparative biology, model development and experimental techniques. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grading only. Prerequisite(s): GC 471 or consent of the instructor. 
GC 491 Graduate Study Abroad 0 TO 16 hours. Lectures, seminars, and independent travel/study abroad in conjunction with an approved graduate program. May be repeated to a maximum of 32 hours. Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing and approval of the Graduate College.
GC 495 Graduate Summer Interdisciplinary Seminars 3 hours. These summer seminars provide unique opportunities for students and faculty to explore new and interdisciplinary fields of inquiry in intense periods of mutual inquiry outside the regular curriculum.  Topics vary.   May be repeated . Students must check with program director to apply credit toward degree.   Prerequisite(s):  Graduate standing and consent of the instructor.