GCD 8141: Computational Genomics

3 Credits

Genomic data is increasingly prevalent in biology today, and the ability to analyze and interpret genomic data is an important skill for a career in biology. This class will provide you with an overview of the emerging genomics field by review and discussion of seminal papers, combined with hands-on analysis of genomics data. At the end of this course, you will gain a broad view of cutting edge research in the field of genomics, gain experience in analysis and interpretation of genomic data, and learn basic computer programming, data visualization, and bioinformatics skills using R and UNIX.

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