BME230A: Introduction to Computational Genomics and Systems Biology

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Introductory and intermediate level topics in computational genomics, DNA and RNA sequence analysis, mapping, quantification, detection of variants and their associations with disease. Topics in machine-learning, probabilistic graphical models, gene regulatory network inference, and single cell analysis are covered. Students conduct independent related research as part of the course. Prerequisite(s): BME 205. Prerequisites can be waived in cases where students have required programming skills.

5 Credits

YearFallWinterSpringSummer
2017-18
  • Section 01
    Joshua M Stuart (jstuart)
    Benedict John Paten (bpaten)
    David Haussler (haussler)

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