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341: Introduction to Bioinformatics, Winter 2011

Department of Computing, Imperial College London

Course Overview

Instructor Information

Dr. Natasa Przulj
E-mail: natasha [at] imperial [dot] ac [dot] uk
Office: 407 A Huxley

Time and Location

Lecture time: Fridays, 2 – 5 pm (2 hours of lecture and 1 hour of tutorial)
Location: 145 Huxley
Office hours: Fridays, 5 pm, 407 A Huxley

Course Summary

The course will cover basic biological concepts behind biological networks, fundamental graph theoretic algorithms, computational complexity and challenges in network analysis, existing post-genomic approaches for analyzing, modeling, and comparing biological networks, and applications of these approaches to understanding biological function, disease, and evolution.

Course Syllabus

For information about course goals, topics, organization, grading scheme, textbooks and readings, etc., please see the course syllabus.

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