Courses: BiolH331: Computational Genomics (BIOLH331H01)

Spring 2011

Complete DNA sequence information is now available for hundreds of species. Computer-based comparisons of genes or genomes between different species are routine for many biological investigations. This course uses a lecture and workshop format to introduce students to the evolutionary and computational basis for such comparisons, as well as the statistical tools to evaluate these comparisons.

Prerequisites: Biol 301 required; Biol 303 recommended; some familiarity with statistics and probability. Permission of instructor required.

Fulfills: NA QU II Limit:20

Department

Biology (Web site)

Taught By

Philip Meneely (Profile)

Meeting Times

WF 12:30-2:00