Welcome to Genetics 564-Genomic & Proteomic Analysis
Instructor: Dr. Ahna Skop
Office Phone: 608-262-1593
Office: 2426 Genetics
Tues: 3:30-4:30, Genetics Rm 1408
Thurs: 3:00pm-5:00pm, Animal Sciences 150
This course is for Undergraduates ONLY
20 students maximum
You must email the instructor to gain access to register for this course.
Please be prepared to send your student ID number and year. First come first serve.
NOTE: This course will only be taught every SPRING semester
The basic principles of genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics will be taught through readings of the scientific literature, class presentations, group projects and computer lab web-based experiences. Emphasis will be placed upon student participation in the learning process. Some topics covered will be: genomic sequencing, phylogenomics, motif discovery, transcriptomics, high-throughput genetics, chemical genetics, proteomics and protein networks. P: Genetics 466, Biochem 501, MicroBio 303 & 304, Zoo 470 (optional but preferred) and cons inst.
This course can fulfill 3 credits of your Genetics Major and is considered a CAPSTONE course