BioE/CSE 308/408: Bioinformatics: Issues and Algorithms

The Biology of the 21st century has evolved radically from it's mid-20th century self. New technologies have created many powerful means for understanding life and how it works at a molecular scale. These technologies are the core of pharmaceutical drug development programs and the “biotech revolution,” but the data they produce can be interpreted only with computational analysis. Bioinformatics is a field developed explicitly to gather, analyze, interpret, and visualize this data so that informed scientific observations can be made on large biological datasets with complex and subtle trends. This course is an integrative experience for undergraduate and graduate BioEngineering and Computing students that explores tightly interdisciplinary methods, science, and outcomes of a field that has enabled high throughput technologies to change the face of biological and medical science as we know it.

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