HGEN 610. Current Literature in Human Genetics. 1 Hour.

Semester course; 1 lecture hour. 1 credit. Enrollment is restricted to graduate students. Provides directed experience in critiquing, understanding and presenting current literature on a focused topic in human genetics. Graded as S/U/F.

Human Genetics, Master of Science (M.S.) with a concentration in genomic data science


The genomic data science concentration is designed for students interested in the computational aspects of genetics and genomics research. The goal of this concentration is to provide students with training in broadly applicable analytical and computational skills from the emerging field of data science to address important questions in human and molecular genetics. The structure of the M.S. program provides a framework for the progressive development of a mastery of the current state of the subject matter in human and molecular genetics and an ability to synthesize this information and apply this foundation to the identification of key areas of investigation and experimentation in this discipline. The program relates the above framework to the development of the ability to design, implement and interpret experimental approaches which address the questions identified. In addition, students will develop skills in the various means of communicating both the core of human and molecular genetics knowledge and the expression of experimental design, results and interpretation to a variety of potential audiences.

Human Genetics, Master of Science (M.S.)


...that is received for this course. 2 HGEN 610 should be taken every fall and...

Human Genetics, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)


...describing their dissertation research. Curriculum requirements 1 HGEN 610 should be taken every fall and...

Biology, Master of Science (M.S.)


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