Undergraduate, Spring semester 2019
Capstone course. Consideration of the state-of-the-art genetic technologies and their impact on society, environment and the economy.
Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 301 (General Genetics) Contemporary Genetics Syllabus 2018
Genome Biology (BIOLOGY 335)
Undergraduate, Fall semester 2018
Comparative analysis of genomes from bacteria to humans including methods for sequencing, genotyping, annotation of genomes, population genetics and evolution.
Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 301 (General Genetics)
Text: “Genomes” T.A. Brown Genome Biology Syllabus 2018
Evolutionary Transcriptomics (BIOLOGY 589)
Graduate, Spring semester 2016
Seminar where we read and discuss papers on experimental design, methods, system-specific considerations, and analytic techniques in transcriptomics. Link to reading schedule
September 9-15, 2018
Applications of New Sequencing Technologies to Understand Population Structure, Adaptation, and Environmental Influences on Genomic Variation Link to ConGen website
August 31 – September 5, 2015
Application of Next Gen Sequence Data to Understand Genetic Population Structure and Detect Natural Selection. Link to ConGen website
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