BME237: Applied RNA Bioinformatics

Teaches methods for RNA gene discovery; gene expression quantification; probabalistic modeling, secondary structure/trans-interaction prediction; mRNA splicing; and functional analysis. Emphasis on leveraging comparative genomics and employing high-throughput RNA sequencing data. Includes lectures, scientific literature discussion, problem sets, and final gene-discovery project. Enrollment restricted to seniors and graduate students.

5 credits

Year Fall Winter Spring Summer

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