Engineering Applications in Genomics Course online

Nov 19th, 2014 | By | Category: Computational Biology, FrontPage, In the News, News

ECEN 669 – Engineering Applications in Genomics

Taught by Dr. Aniruddha Datta

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Description

The aim of this course is to provide graduate students with a glimpse of the fascinating ways in which electrical engineering approaches are being used in the area of systems biology. Having taken this course, the students will (i) develop a basic understanding of molecular biology and (ii) gain an appreciation of how problems arising in systems biology can be formulated and solved using engineering tools.

This course first introduces students to the area of Molecular Biology. This lays out the groundwork for discussing the application of Engineering Principles to Systems Biology. Examples include (i) unearthing intergene relationships (ii) carrying out gene based classification of disease (iii) modeling genetic regulatory networks and (iv) altering their dynamic behavior.

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