Phage Genomics – 4 Credits PCB4917
Learn about genetics, genomics, bioinformatics, and microbial biodiversity using bacteriophages (viruses that infect bacterial hosts) as a model. Many of the early discoveries in the field of genetics used bacteriophages and this course will immerse you in authentic research focused on these fascinating organisms.
As part of this class you will learn about genome assembly, the identification of genes in genome sequences, and the use of computational methods to predict gene function and understand genome evolution. By taking part in these efforts you will learn genomics in a hands on way and contribute to a larger project on bacteriophage biodiversity.
Instructor: Edward Braun |514 Carr Hall | firstname.lastname@example.org
Format: lectures, data analysis, oral and written projects, no exams
Required Text: TBA
Class Meeting Times: M,W | Period 6 – 8 (12:50 PM – 3:50 PM) and T,R | Period 6 – 7 (12:50 PM – 2:45 PM)
Estimated costs: ~$100 for lab fees
This course has a limited number of seats –apply today to ensure your spot! To apply click this link: here!
Applications are due Friday, November 17th, 2017 by 11:59pm.