BINF 703. Advanced Computational Biology I. 5 Hours.

This is the first semester of an intensive two-semester course in Computational Biology, aimed at second-year graduate students. Topics include graph theory, systems biology, mathematical and computational modeling of complex systems, synthetic biology and protein design. Students will gain a mastery of cutting-edge topics in Computational Biology through lectures, careful reading of current literature, and advanced individual research projects. Prerequisite: BINF 701 and BINF 702, or consent of instructor. LEC.