Courses

Required Courses for PhD study:

 

Biology

BIOL 1410: Evolutionary Genetics

 BIOL 1465: Human Genomics

 BIOL 1430: Computational Theory of Molecular Evolution: 

 BIOL 2030: Foundations for Advanced Study in the Life Sciences (double credit course) 

 Other 2000-level course in MCB, EEB, or MPPB

 

Computer Science

CSCI 1810Computational Molecular Biology

 CSCI 182: Algorithmic Foundations of Computational Biology:

 

CSCI 2820: Medical Bioinformatics

 CSCI 2950: Topics in Computational Biology

Applied Mathematics & Biostatistics

APMA 1080: Inference in Genomics and Molecular Biology

APMA 2820: Inference in Molecular Biology II

 PHP 2620: Statistical Methods in Bioinformatics

 

 

Computational Biology Courses:

Applied Math:

APMA 1080 - Inference in Genomics & Molecular Biology - Charles Lawrence

Computer Science:

CSCI 1810 Computational Molecular Biology - Benjamin Raphael

CSCI 1820 - Algorithmic Foundations of Computational Bioloy - Sorin Istrail

CSCI 2820 Medical Bioinformatics - Sorin Istrail

CSCI 2950 Topics in Computational Biology - Benjamin Raphael

CSCI 2951 - Advanced Algorithms in Computational Biology - Sorin Istrail

Division of Biology & Medicine:

BIOL 0380 The Ecology & Evolution of Infectious Disease - Daniel Weinreich

BIOL 0480 -  Evolutionary Biology - David Rand

BIOL 0495 - Statistical Analysis of Biological Data - Sohini Ramachandran

BIOL 1410 - Evolutionary Genetics - David Rand

BIOL 1430 The Computational Theory of Molecular Evolution - Daniel Weinreich

BIOL 1465 - Human Population Genomics - Sohini Ramachandran

BIOL 1540 - Molecular Genetics - Erica Larschan

BIOL 2010 - Quantitative Approaches to Biology - Nicola Neretti

BIOL 2430 Topics in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology - David Rand

BIOL 2440 Topics in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology - Daniel Weinreich & David Rand

BIOL 2540 -  Molecular Genetics - Erica Larschan

School of Public Health:

PHP 2510  - Priciples of Biostatistics and Data Analysis - Jean Wu 

PHP 2620 - Statistical Methods in Bioinformatics, I - Jean Wu