Applications of Statistics to
Genetics and Molecular Biology
First class meeting: Thursday, September 6th, 334 Evans Hall
Time and place:
296, Section 33
Instructor: Sandrine Dudoit
This seminar course concerns the applications of statistics to problems in genetics and molecular biology. The course consists of two components.
(1) A one-hour weekly seminar given by researchers working at the interface between the mathematical and biological sciences.
(2) A two-hour weekly discussion section during which the seminar topics are introduced and related papers are presented and discussed.
Topics will include, but are not limited to: genetic mapping; DNA microarray
experiments; computational gene finding; sequence alignment; protein structure
last updated September 03, 2001