Translational Bioinformatics Applications (B656)

Credit Hours: 3
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:
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)


Translational medicine (TM) attempts to bring clinical and biomedical research practices and outcomes to patient care (“bench to bedside”). Informaticians have assisted clinicians and biomedical scientists in dealing with the large volumes of data derived from various high-throughput methodologies, developing disease models and drug design. This course will focus on the complexities of low, medium and high-throughput applications in translational medicine and train the students in solving translational medicine data management problems employing various informatics frameworks.

Posted in Graduate, Spring, Teaching


Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering
Informatics & Communications Technology Complex (ICTC), IT479
535 W Michigan St,
Indiana 46202, USA
phone: +1-317-278-4147
fax: +1-317-278-9201


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