The module will cover the fundamental principles of informatics and bioinformatics applied to clinical genomics, find and use major genomic and genetic data resources; use software packages, in silico tools, databases and literature searches to align sequence data to the reference genome, critically assess, annotate and interpret findings from genetic and genomic analyses. Theoretical sessions will be coupled with practical assignments of analysing and annotating predefined data sets.
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Who should attend?
This course is ideal for anyone interested in gaining the knowledge and understanding to interpret genomic data.
lecture based taught component alongside practical assignments of analysing data sets
Contact Hours will be delivered through a blend of live activities online and on-campus, and may include, for example, lectures, seminars, practical sessions and Academic Mentoring sessions.
Assignment 1, Assignment 2, Assignment 3
How To Apply
For enquiries or to apply please contact Dr Claire Morgan.
Dr Anna Derrick