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MED 263: Bioinformatics Applications to Human Disease

Director: Kathleen (Kit) Curtius
Co-instructor: Matteo D'Antonio
Quarter: Winter 2024, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30- 5:00 p.m.
Units: 4

Course Description: This elective is offered as a 4 unit course in the Winter quarter with lectures typically on Tuesday afternoons (3:30-5:00pm) and computer practicals typically on Thursday afternoons (3:30-5:00pm). This course will cover the latest advances in bioinformatics in the context of human diseases. Students will be provided with the practical skills to implement what they have learned in class. Specifically, when the course is finished, students will be able to analyze multi-omics data to understand human disease.

Course Information (general schedule):

Number MED263, Bioinformatics Application to Human Disease
Director Kathleen (Kit) Curtius
Co-instructor Matteo D'Antonio
Quarter Winter 2024
Start Date January 9, 2024
End Date March 21, 2024
Days Tuesdays and Thursdays
Time 3:30 - 5:00 PM
Classroom Biomedical Research Facility II (BRF-II), Conference Room 4103
Units 4



Homework/Practicals 70%
Final Project 30%