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MEDS 4032 | 3 credit hours
Spring Semester | Syllabus (PDF)
TR 10:00 – 11:20 AM
Paul Rosevear, PhD | email@example.com | 513-558-3370
This course is a survey of the application and interpretation of high-throughput molecular biology methods (-OMIC technologies) used to produce high-volume biological data. The new 'omic' technologies allow the components of a living organism to be
analyzed in their entirety and provide new insights into the complexities of organism function. Technologies covered include genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics. Genomics and transcriptomics describe the structure and expression
of the genome, proteomics provides information about the proteins expressed in cells under a certain set of conditions and metabolomics seeks to identify and quantify the diversity of metabolites and metabolic networks within an organism.
Key to understanding scientific and medical data resulting from applications of these technologies is an understanding of experimental design, data collection, analysis and interpretation. Relationships between the individual technologies will be
explored and strategies for integrating –OMIC information will be discussed. In this course the student will learn how 'omics' technologies work and about aspects of experimental design, analysis and interpretation (bioinformatics). A series
of case studies will be used to illustrate how these technologies engender a better understanding of complex biological systems and processes.
Introduction to Medical Biochemistry MEDS3020 (minimum grade C−) or, with
the permission of the Course Director, a similar biochemistry course.
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