BI379_F09_syllabus

BI379_F09_syllabus - BI 379 Advanced Genetics and Genomics...

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BI 379 Advanced Genetics and Genomics, Fall 2009 Joshua Kavaler, Arey 112 Phone: 859-5734 E-mail: [email protected] Course Objectives: We will examine the burgeoning technologies associated with genomics research including large-scale sequencing, microarrays, and gene expression profiling. We will investigate how these technologies have impacted numerous fields such as cell biology, evolution, cancer biology, and developmental biology (to name a few) and have generated new approaches to the study of biological problems such as comparative genomics, proteomics, and computational biology. This course is designed to help you become proficient with available genetic analysis programs and tools. The goal of the course is to help you learn to understand and think critically about the exploding wealth of genetic data and to place it in proper context in its relationship to biology, medicine, and society. In the laboratory, you will work in teams on independent molecular genetic projects designed
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2009 for the course BI 379 taught by Professor Kavaler during the Spring '09 term at Colby.

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BI379_F09_syllabus - BI 379 Advanced Genetics and Genomics...

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