Computational Genomics2020-01-16T11:25:39+00:00

Computational Genomics Course

A-week-long mini course taught by the UIUC faculty covers diverse research topics in the field of genomics. The course includes introductory discussions, concurrent computer labs, and considerable reading and ancillary computer lab assignments. Topics such as statistics; genome sequencing; RNA-seq and transcriptome analysis; metagenomics and its health relevance; protein sequence, structure, and function; polymorphism and variant analysis; epigenomics; variant calling and association tests; sequence and genome alignment; and molecular variant simulation are covered.

Fisk University Participants:

2016 Participants

Dr. Brian Nelms
Dr. Steve Damo
Dr. Phyllis Freeman
Ms. Patricia McCarroll
Dr. Glenroy Martin

2017 Participants

Saffron Little

2018 Participants

Briana Whitehead
Destane Garrett
Austin Anthony
Debresha Shelton

2019 Participants

Dr. Lei Qian
Dr. Qingxia Li
Jodiene Johnson
Jordan Brown
Marina Hanna
Gustavo Garriga