GENOM 565: Advanced Human Genetics and Genomics
GENOM565 is taught every winter quarter by Mary-Claire King and Evan Eichler. The goal of the course is to provide students with knowledge and tools most useful for successful research in human genomics. Components of the course are: gene discovery; genomic architecture; cancer genetics; and human diversity and evolution. The course meets winter quarter, with three lectures per week by the instructors and weekly section meetings. Multiple problem sets are based on real data. GENOM372 is a pre-requisite; for genetics courses taken elsewhere, please ask the instructors. The class typically includes about 40 students.
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- Cancer Biology
- Computational Biology
- Career Development
- Literature Review