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INFR 4203 : Seminar in Computational Biology
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Fri, 12 Aug 2016 00:13:07 GMT
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Clinical Research and Leadership (CRL)
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Seminar in Computational Biology
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HSCI 4112W, INFR 3101, INFR 3102 and INFR 3103
Dr. Keith Crandall
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Bioinformatics research across the fields of biology, computer science, and mathematics to address contemporary health science and basic science problems; career and research opportunities.
As a result of completing this course, students will be able to: 1. Communicate effectively with stakeholders in an academic environment. 2. Analyze research from the fields of biology, computer science, and mathematics in support of bioinformatics research and career planning. 3. Debate topical issues in the field of bioinformatics using current literature. 4. Compose a literature review using cross-disciplinary research in support of a bioinformatics research question. 5. Construct a research proposal for use in post-baccalaureate study or career planning.
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