Bioinformatics & Genomes

SAME AS CSCI-GA 2520.

Section 001 is open to GRADUATE STUDENTS ONLY. Please contact Gail Kashishian gk6@nyu.edu for permission code to register for this course.

The recent explosion in the availability of genome-wide data such as whole genome sequences and microarray data led to a vast increase in bioinformatics research and tool development. Bioinformatics is becoming a cornerstone for modern biology, especially in fields such as genomics. It is thus crucial to understand the basic ideas and to learn fundamental bioinformatics techThe recent explosion in the availability of genome-wide data such as whole genome sequences and microarray data led to a vast increase in bioinformatics research and tool development. Bioinformatics is becoming a cornerstone for modern biology, especially in fields such as genomics. It is thus crucial to understand the basic ideas and to learn fundamental bioinformatics techniques. The emphasis of this course is on developing not only an understanding of existing tools but also the programming and statistics skills that allow students to solve new problems in a creative way.

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Spring 2020

1
Richard A Bonneau
F: 1:00 PM - 3:45 PM; F: 1:00 PM - 3:45 PM CIWW 102
1
Brian Parker
F: 1:00 PM - 3:45 PM; F: 1:00 PM - 3:45 PM CIWW 102