MGEN625 is a graduate course in Applied Epigenetics, offered every other year, generally in the Spring quarter. By the end of the course, students should have an understanding of the range of epigenetic mechanisms existing in mammals, as well as general knowledge of cutting-edge techniques and methods used to interrogate the epigenome. Moreover, they will be provided with overviews of the effects of environmental factors and neuroepigenetics. Finally, students will learn about computational methods available for epigenetic analyses, data interpretation and display, as well as how to leverage publicly available epigenetic datasets for their own research projects.

Please contact course directors Lucia Carbone and Andrew Adey  for more information.