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Genome 371 Spring 2008 - Genome 371 Spring 2008 GENOME 371...

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Genome 371 Spring 2008 GENOME 371 – INTRODUCTORY GENETICS COURSE WEBSITE: http://courses.washington.edu/gensci371/ COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will focus on fundamental concepts of genetics (how traits are inherited, how traits change), genetic analysis (the use of mutations in model organisms to explore fundamental biological processes) genomics (the application of genome-wide approaches to analyze gene structure and function) and bioinformatics (the use of computing to derive knowledge from biological data). Prerequisites: minimum grade of 1.5 in BIOL 180 and BIOL 200. COURSE INSTRUCTORS: -Dr. Evan Eichler, Foege S-413C; Tel: 543-1677; email: [email protected] -Dr. Leo Pallanck, Foege S-443E; Tel: 616-5997; email: [email protected] -Anne Paul, Foege S-430; Tel: 221-6176; email: [email protected] All of the faculty offices in the Foege building require a security pass to access directly. Therefore, you must use telephones located near the elevators on the first floor of the Foege building to call the faculty member so that they can let you into the secure areas of the building. TEACHING ASSISTANTS: Diane Dickel: [email protected] Sunhee Jung: [email protected] Jeffrey Kidd: [email protected] Craig Bierle: [email protected] Kristen Lewis: [email protected] Tom Nicholas: [email protected] LECTURES: Monday and Friday, 10:30-12:20 PM in the Foege Auditorium S-060. Outlines of the lecture material will be handed out in advance to assist you in taking notes. Extra copies of lecture material will be available on the table outside Hitchcock 443. Lectures will be videotaped and available for online viewing through the course website typically within 24 hours. The videos are meant to assist you only if you MUST miss a class. They are NOT an acceptable substitute for attending and participating in class discussion . QUIZ SECTIONS (LABS): Quiz sections will be held on Wednesdays and Thursdays in Hitchcock 443.
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