BIOS 799. Introduction to Statistical Genomics. 3 Hours.

This survey course will provide a high-level introduction of various statistical and bioinformatics methods involved in the study of biological systems. In particular, this course will provide an overview of the analytical aspects involved in: the study DNA, RNA, and DNA methylation data measured from both microarray and next-generation sequencing (NGS) technologies. During the last week of the summer semester, students will be required to participate in a group seminar session in which they will present the results from their assigned genomics analysis projects. Prerequisite: Corequisite: BIOS 714 and BIOS 717 or equivalent with permission of instructor; Experience with a higher level programming language is preferred. LEC.

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