Instructor
M. Campbell, D. Thurtle-Schmidt

Students use published resources to understand how genome-scale information (e.g., DNA sequences, genome variations, transcriptomes, proteomes, and clinical studies) can provide a systems biology perspective. Students also use databases and bioinformatics tools to analyze data and post their analyses online. May be taken simultaneously with BIO 343.

Counts as an elective in the Data Science interdisciplinary minor.

Prerequisites
Successful compeletion of BIO 111/113 and 112/114 and one of the following: BIO 201, 202, 208/238, 209, 303, 306/336, 307/337, 333, or 343 are required. Satisfies group A only in combination with BIO 343.

Spring 2021
This course will be taught entirely online through synchronous zoom sessions and Moodle. If you cannot make the synchronous sessions sue to time zone or other constrains, asynchronous options will be offered. The course will consist of discussions of relevant and recent genomics-based literature, including small-group work and student-led discussions.

Class Details
Course BIO 309
Section 0
CRN 60073
Time M W F
Time 1200 - 1250pm
Building
Instructor Debbie Thurtle-Schmidt
Notes
Max 32
Current 26
Remaining 6
Semester Spring 2021