INFO-B 446 Computational System Biology
- Prerequisites: PBHL-B 302, and BIOL-N 322 or BIOL-K 322
- Delivery: On-Campus
This course covers basic system biology and network analysis concepts and provides hands-on experience analyzing biological data. It equips students with in-demand network analytics skills to select, prepare, analyze, interpret, evaluate, and present biological data for improving outcomes in translational bioinformatics research and applications.
- Understanding the concepts of biological data and the different types of networks.
- Apply and conceptualize graph theories for biological data.
- Differentiate randomized networks and scale free networks.
- Organize, explore, and visualize biological data using networks.
- Evaluate the results of applying different system biology approaches over biological data.
- Evaluate system biology projects with respect to ethical considerations.
- Write a report and give an oral presentation grounded in an appropriate review of the literature.
This course is not being offered this semester.