QBS 132.5: Molecular Biologic Markers in Human Health Studies Lab (.5unit)

Course Director: Dr. Angeline Andrew

  • Course description: This course covers both the computational analysis of data derived from human tissue samples and the biological basis of the features being assessed. The course covers a variety of modern, high-throughput technologies used in translational research. Molecular biologic markers will be studied in the context of both inherited variations, and lifestyle or environmental exposures. Students will practice applying various bio-statistical analytic approaches to molecular data in the context of human health studies using the R programming language.
  • Prerequisites:
    • Dartmouth Coursework: N/A
    • Programming: Beginner workshops in R.

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