Biomolecular EngineeringBME 281C Seminar in Cancer Genomics

Presents current computational biology research to identify genomics-based signatures of cancer onset, progression, and treatment response. Examples of such investigations include: genetic pathway interpretation of multivariate high-throughput datasets; discovery of mutations in whole-genome sequence; identifications and quantification of gene isoforms, alleles, and copy number variants; and machine-learning tools to predict clinical outcomes. Students present their own research, host journal clubs, and attend lectures and teleconferences to learn about research conducted by national and international projects.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

2

Quarter offered

Winter, Spring

Instructor

Joshua Stuart, David Haussler

Repeatable for credit

Yes