Courses & Registration
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Graduate Course Schedule - Spring 2017
Winter 2017 Nano Courses
A Nano course refers to a short course, offered for 0.5 credits. They are intended to be special topics courses that capitalize on timely subject matter, visiting expertise, and/or highlight new developments in a field. Flexibility in scheduling and course leadership (i.e. not part of the permanent curriculum) will insure these courses are nimble. Nano courses are only offered once. If a course is deemed to be worth offering regularly, it will go through the regular course review and approval process.
CANB 610NN-0 and CELL 610NN-0: Hands-On Introduction to RNA-seq
Primary faculty: Julja Burchard
Join this nano-course to design an RNAseq study,
gain experience with raw and processed RNAseq data, explore differential
expression, and find biologically meaningful interpretation