Cell cycles and cell division may seem like simple topics to review. However, the knowledge of these topics necessary to excel on the USMLE Step 1 is not easy. Remember, the USMLE Step 1 questions will not be simple. In fact, they will be quite challenging and require a deep understanding of Biology to answer them correctly, which is why reviewing cell cycles and cell division with an expert is a good idea.
Dr. Georgina Cornwall, a Professor of Biology at Colorado Mountain College, is a Biology. Her high-yield lectures will provide you with important insights into the critical concepts behind the science. Dr. Cornwall will give you clinical pearls of knowledge and guide you in the right direction, to best prepare you for the type of questions you can expect from the USMLE Step 1.
This course will cover all of the following, essential concepts:
Don't just scratch the surface with your studying. Make sure you have a deep understanding of what you are reviewing. Let an expert help you.
Good lecture, but not USMLE focused. This is more of a general biology lecture than a USMLE prep lecture. It seems to me that Lecturio is not making the difference between MCAT prep and USMLE prep. The lectures look more like MCAT prep lectures and not USMLE.
I like the way she expresses, you can easily understand her
best prof in the world explains everything so good that even a kid will understand
Nothing on how p53 relates to RB or how p53 induces p21 to inhibit CDK thus acting as a tumor suppressor by not allowing cell cycle progression. This info is found in the the First Aid for the USMLE so it is probably important.