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Ubaldo Soto-Wegner, PhD
Asst Res Prof, Basic Sciences
School of Medicine
Member, Microbiology&Molecular Gen, SM, Faculty of Graduate Studies
Other LLU Classes Outside Of Schedule 
Lecture
 
3/2013

Engineering Viruses for Research and Medicine


Course: Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology. Basic Sciences PhD Program. MICR 537 - BCHM 544. 1 lecture, 1 hour

 

1/2013

Cell Cycle (I) and (II)


Course: Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems (II).  Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program. IBGS 512. 2 lectures. 4 hours
1/2013

Introduction to Virology. The Infection Cycle


Course: Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology. Basic Sciences PhD Program. MICR 537 - BCHM 544. 1 lecture, 1 hour
1/2013

Viral Transcription Strategies & Assembly and Maturation


Course: Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology. Basic Sciences PhD Program. MICR 537 - BCHM 544. 1 lecture, 1 hour
1/2013

Virus Structure, Entry to cells, Intracellular Trafficking


Course: Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology. Basic Sciences PhD Program. MICR 537 - BCHM 544. 1 lecture, 1 hour
11/2012

Structure and replication of DNA;  PCR;  Cloning


Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System. Basic Science Ph.D. Programs. IBGS 511, 3 lectures, 6 hours

10/2012

Protein Transport (I) and (II), Endoplasmic Reticulum, Plasma Membrane, Extracellular, Nucleus, Mitochondria, Peroxisomes.


Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System. Basic Science Ph.D. Programs. IBGS 511, 2 lectures, 4 hours
5/2012 AIDS

Course: Mechanisms of Microbial Pathogenesis. Basic Science Ph.D. Program. MICR 570, 1 lecture, 2 hours 

 

4/2012

Streptococcal Infections


Course: Mechanisms of Microbial Pathogenesis. Basic Science Ph.D. Program. MICR 570, 1 lecture, 2 hours

1/2012

Cell Cycle (I) and (II)


Course: Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems (II).  Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program. IBGS 512. 2 lectures. 4 hours

11/2011 Structure and Replication of DNA 
Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System. Basic Science Ph.D. Programs. IBGS 511, 1 lecture, 2 hours
10/2011

Protein Transport (I) and (II), Endoplasmic Reticulum, Plasma Membrane, Extracellular, Nucleus, Mitochondria, Peroxisomes.


Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System. Basic Science Ph.D. Programs. IBGS 511, 2 lectures, 4 hours 
3/2011 Engineering Viruses for Research and Medicine

Course: Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology. Basic Sciences PhD Program. MICR 537 - BCHM 544. 1 lecture, 1 hour

2/2011 Viral Assembly and Maturation

Course: Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology. Basic Sciences PhD Program. MICR 537 - BCHM 544. 1 lecture, 1 hour

2/2011 Viral Intracellular Trafficking 

Course: Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology. Basic Sciences PhD Program. MICR 537 - BCHM 544. 1 lecture, 1 hour

1/2011 Cell Cycle (I) and (II)
Course: Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems (II).  Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program. IBGS 512. 2 lectures. 4 hours
1/2011 Introduction to Virology. The Infection Cycle
Course: Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology. Basic Sciences PhD Program. MICR 537 - BCHM 544. 1 lecture, 1 hour
1/2011 Viral Transcription Strategies

Course: Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology. Basic Sciences PhD Program. MICR 537 - BCHM 544. 1 lecture, 1 hour

1/2011 Virus Structure & Entry
Course: Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology. Basic Sciences PhD Program. MICR 537 - BCHM 544. 1 lecture, 1 hour
11/2010 Structure and Replication of DNA
Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System. Basic Science Ph.D. Programs. IBGS 511, 1 lectures, 2 hours  
10/2010 Protein Transport (I) and (II), Endoplasmic Reticulum, Plasma Membrane, Extracellular, Nucleus, Mitochondria, Peroxisomes.
Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System. Basic Science Ph.D. Programs. IBGS 511, 2 lectures, 4 hours  
1/2010 Cell Cycle (I and II)  
  Course: Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems (II).  Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program. IBGS 512. 2 lectures. 4 hours
11/2009 DNA Replication
Course: Physiology-Biochemistry, PHSL 503?BCHM 504, School of Dentistry. 1 lecture, 1 hour.
11/2009 DNA Structure-Information Content
Course: Physiology-Biochemistry, PHSL 503/BCHM 504, School of Dentistry. 1 lecture, 1 hour.
11/2009 Techniques in Molecular Biology
Course: Physiology-Biochemistry, PHSL 503/BCHM 504, School of Dentistry. 1 lecture, 1 hour.
10/2009 Protein Transport (I), Endoplasmic Reticulum, Plasma Membrane, Extracellular
Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System. Basic Science Ph.D. Programs. IBGS 511, 1 lectures, 2 hours
10/2009 Protein Transport (II), Mitochondria, Nucleus, Peroxisomes.  
Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System. Basic Science Ph.D. Programs. IBGS 511, 1 lecture, 2 hours
3/2009 Emerging Viruses
Course: Selected Topics of Molecular Biology. Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program. MICR 537. 1 lecture. 1 hour
2/2009 Assembly and Maturation
Course: Selected Topics of Molecular Biology-Virology. Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program. MICR 537. 1 lecture. 1hour
2/2009 Intracellular Trafficking
Course: Selected Topics of Molecular Biology-Virology. Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program. MICR 537. 1 lecture. 1 hour
1/2009 Cell Division, Cell Cycle (I and II)  
Course: Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems (II).  Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program. IBGS 512. 2 lectures. 4 hours
1/2009 Transcription Strategies
Course: Selected Topics of Molecular Biology-Virology. Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program. MICR 537. 1 lecture. 1 hour
1/2009 Virus Structure, Entry to Cells
Course: Selected Topics of Molecular Biology - Virology. MICR 537. Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program. 1 lecture. 1 hour
11/2008 DNA Replication
Course: Physiology-Biochemistry, PHSL 503, School of Dentistry. 1 lecture, 1 hour.
11/2008 DNA Structure-Information Content
Course: Physiology-Biochemistry, PHSL 503, School of Dentistry. 1 lecture. 1 hour
11/2008 PCR and RT-PCR
Course: Physiology-Biochemistry, PHSL 503, School of Dentistry. 1 lecture. 1 hour
11/2008 Techniques in Molecular Biology
Course: Physiology-Biochemistry, PHSL 503, School of Dentistry. 1 lecture. 1 hour.
10/2008 Protein Transport (I), Endoplasmic Reticulum, Plasma Membrane, Extracellular
Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System. Basic science Ph.D. Program. IBGS 5111. 1 lecture. 2 hours
10/2008 Protein Transport (II), Mitochondria, Nucleus, Peroxisomes.
Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System. IBGS 511, Basic Science Ph.D. Program. 1 lecture, 2 hours.
11/2007 DNA Replication
Course: Physiology-Biochemistry, PHSL 503, School of Dentistry. 1 lecture, 1 hour
11/2007 DNA Structure-Information Content
Course: Physiology-Biochemistry, PHSL 503, School of Dentistry. 1 lecture. 1 hour 
11/2007 Techniques in Molecular Biology
Course: Physiology-Biochemistry, PHSL 503, School of Dentistry. 1 lecture, 1 hour.
10/2007 Membrane and Extra Cellular Proteins
Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System. Basic Science Ph.D. Programs. IBGS 511, 1 lecture, 2 hours
10/2007 Mitochondrial and Nuclear Protein Import
Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System. Basic Science Ph.D. Program. IBGS 511. 1 lecture. 2 hours
11/2006 DNA Replication
Course: Biochemistry of the Human Body. Dentist School. BCHM509/1 Lecture/1 hour
11/2006 DNA Structure - Information Content
Course: Biochemistry of the Human Body. Dentist School. BCHM509/1 Lecture/1 hour
11/2006 Techniques of Molecular Biology
Course: Biochemistry of the Human Body. Dentist School. BCHM509/1 Lecture/1 hour
10/2006 Membrane and extra cellular proteins
Course: Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems I. Basic Science Graduate Program. I/IBGS 511/1 Lecture/2 hours
10/2006 Mitochondrial Membrane Transport
Course: Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems I. Basic Science Graduate Program. I/IBGS 511/1 Lecture/ 2hours
11/2005 DNA Replication
Course: Biochemistry of the Human Body. Dentist School.BCHM509/504/508/1 Lecture/1 hour
11/2005 DNA Structure-Information Content
Course:Biochemistry of the Human Body.Dentist School. BCHM509/504/508/1 Lecture/1hour
10/2005 Mitochondrial Membrane Transport
Course: Cellular Mechanism and Integrated System.Basic Science Ph.D. Programs. I/IBGS 511/1 Lecture/1 hour
4/2005 Signal Transduction-Pathway Analysis Workshop
SM Basic Science Workshop/1 Lecture/2 hours
Interactive Teaching
 
8/2013 - 10/2013

Facilitator Microbiology Course, Laboratory, School of Medicine.


MICR 547. 12 labs. 16 hours
4/2013 - 6/2013 Mechanisms of Microbial Pathogenesis 

Directive Study Course, MICRO 570. Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program Microbiology. 3 students.

1/2013

Cell Cycle


Students supervision and evaluation in papers presentations. IBGS 522. 1 session, 2 hours.
8/2012 - 10/2012

Facilitator Microbiology Course, Laboratory, School of Medicine.


MICR 547. 14 labs. 21 hours
5/2012 - 6/2012 Paper discussion - Mechanism of infection in immunocompromised host; New concepts in disease prevention and control

Course: Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology. Basic Sciences PhD Program. MICR 570. Moderate 2 sessions of student paper presentations (1 paper per session) and explain techniques and new concepts included in those papers.

1/2012

Cell Cycle


Students supervision and evaluation in papers presentations. IBGS 522. 1 session, 2 hours.
9/2011 - 10/2011 Facilitator Microbiology Course, Laboratory, School of Medicine.
MICR 513. 14 labs. 21 hours
9/2011 - 12/2011 Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology
Directive Study Course, MICRO 626 ST. Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program.  
1/2011 Cell Cycle
Students supervision and evaluation in papers presentations. IBGS 522. 1 session, 2 hours.
1/2011 - 3/2011 Paper discussion - Virology

Course: Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology. Basic Sciences PhD Program. MICR 537 - BCHM 544. Moderate 10 sessions of student paper presentations (2 papers per session) and explain molecular techniques and new concepts included in those papers.

9/2009 - 5/2010 Facilitator Microbiology Course, Laboratory, School of Medicine.
MICR 513. 7 labs. 21 hours
3/2009 - 6/2009 The Role of Hypoxia and Reactive Oxygen Species in Tumor Microenvironment
Directive Study Course. PHSL 595. Basic Sciences Ph.D. Program.
2/2009 - 4/2009 Facilitator Microbiology Course, Laboratory, School of Medicine. MICR 513.
MICR 513. 4 labs. 6 hours
11/2008 OSCE, support in basic sciences topics (microbiology).
4 h
9/2008 Facilitator Microbiology Course, Laboratory, School of Medicine.
MICR 512. 3 labs. 4.5 h
5/2008 - 6/2008 Mentoring Independent Study Course on Mechanism of Microbial Pathogenesis. Graduate Program in Basic Science.
10/2007 - 12/2007 Mentoring Journal Club on Cancer Biology organized by Basic Science Student Council. Once per week.
10/2007 - 12/2007 Supervision Research Rotation, Graduate Student (Arun Muthiah), Basic Science.
1/2007 - 3/2007 Research Rotation
Scientific training for one Graduate Student. This includes theoretic and practical instruction in hte lab. Aprox. 120 hours.
10/2006 Protein Trafficking
Journal Club in which Graduate Students attending the course Cellular Mechanisms and Integrated Systems I-IBGS 511- discuss papers suggested for a professor. The students receive constructive criticism from professors. 2 hours.
10/2006 - 12/2006 Research Rotation
Scientific training for one Graduate Student. This includes theoretic and practical instruction in the lab. Aprox. 120 hours.
7/2005 - 8/2005 UPWARD Program - Minorities
Scientific training for one high school student attending the UPWARD program for minorities at LLU. Organized by the Office of Minority Student Development in the Biomedical Professions.
Administrative Teaching Roles
 
4/2013 - 6/2013

Mechanisms of Microbial Pathogenesis


Course co- director. Elective course for Basic Science Graduate Program in Microbiology, MICR 570. This course includes a detailed exploration of molecular mechanisms of pathogenesis and host response for selected microbes.   The course was organized in the modality of “Self-Study”.  Each student (three in total) studied material provided by the course co-director and attended designated discussion sessions (three) on topics covered by each section.  Take-Home questions were provided each week to enhance problem-solving skills.
1/2013 - 3/2013

Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology


Course director. Elective course for Basic Science Graduate Program. MICR 537- BCHM 544. This course includes cutting edge concepts on molecular virology. Course director taught four lectures of ten. In addition course director selected twelve recent papers students presented in six discussion sessions.  During paper discussion the course director clarified and supplemented new information. This year twelve students attended this course. 3 hours per week.

 

4/2012 - 6/2012 Mechanisms of Microbial Pathogenesis 

Course co- director. Elective course for Basic Science Graduate Program in Microbiology. MICR 570. This course includes a detailed exploration of molecular mechanisms of pathogenesis and host response for selected microbes.  Course co-director taught two lectures (2 hours each) of ten. In addition course director selected two recent papers students presented in two discussion sessions.  During the discussion the course co-director clarified and supplemented new information. 3 hours per week.

1/2011 - 3/2011 Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Virology
Course director. Elective course for Basic Science Graduate Program. MICR 537- BCHM 544. This course includes cutting edge concepts on molecular virology. Course director taught six lectures of ten. In addition course director selected twenty recent papers students presented in ten discussion sessions.  During the discussion the course director clarified and supplemented new information. This year six students attended this course. 3 hours per week.
4/2007 - 6/2007 Special Topics in Molecular Biology: Cancer Biology
Course director. Elective course for Basic Science Graduate Program. MICR 537. This course includes cutting edge concepts on cancer biology. Course director give the introductory first class. In the following classes Students present mini reviews and papers provided by the course director. Almost half of the time in each class consists in a discussion of the corresponding paper. During the discussion the course director clarifies and supplements new information. This year 11 students attended this course. 2 hours per week.