Next Generation Genomic Data Analytics (B636)

Credit Hours: 3
Day/Time: Thursdays, 6–8:40 pm
Location: WK 321, Walker Plaza Building, 719 Indiana Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46202 [map]
May have some guest lectures, not necessarily in the same room and time
First Class: August 27th, 2015
Instructor: Sarath Chandra Janga, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Bioinformatics
Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11 am–12 pm or by Appointment
Office: WK 309, Walker Plaza Building, 719 Indiana Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46202 [map]
Phone: (317) 278-4147 (Office)
Prerequisites: I573 or basic knowledge of programming, R, and Unix system management


This course covers advanced concepts of genomic sequencing datasets from a number of sequencing platforms, including how the data motivates computational needs and tasks for analysis. The student learns how to devise approaches for analyzing massive clinical and biomedical sequencing datasets and for developing sound hypotheses and predictions from them.

Posted in Fall, Graduate, Teaching


School of Informatics and Computing
Walker Plaza Building
719 Indiana Ave Ste 319
Indiana 46202, USA
phone: +1-317-278-4147
fax: +1-317-278-9201


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