CSE 836 - Computational Comparative Genomics with Applications in Biology and Biomedicine - FS16


Can an algorithm save lives, fight disease, or shed light on human origins? This course covers computational aspects of comparative genomic analysis, an important tool used to investigate these and other cutting-edge questions in biology and human health. A primary goal of the course is to introduce quantitative foundations that underly this area and, more generally, bioinformatics and computational biology.


Time & Location: Tu & Thu, 10:20am – 11:40am. 1300 Engineering Building.

Instructor: Kevin Liu, Ph.D., 2128 Engineering Building.

Email: kjl@msu.edu