In the post-genomic era, the analysis of large omics datasets has become central to bioinformatics and biological research. The development of many high throughput techniques for genome sequencing and measuring the expression or abundance of genes, proteins and metabolites, has given rise to a plethora of new informatics algorithms and techniques for analysing and interpreting the experimental data. This course will introduce bioinformatics analysis methods for different omics studies and bioimaging data, and will introduce students to commonly used computational methods and frameworks for large-scale analysis.
Understand the impact of the genomic revolution on biology
Gain a theoretical and practical understanding of the bioinformatics analysis methods required for interpreting data generated in omics experiments
Gain practical experience of commonly used methods and tools
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Mode of Instruction
- 3 Practical assignments: genomics (30%), proteomics (30%) and bioimaging (40%)
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