CMSC423 - Bioinformatic Algorithms, Databases, and Tools
An introduction to the main algorithms, databases, and tools used in bioinformatics. Topics may include assembly and analysis of genome sequences, reconstructing evolutionary histories, predicting protein structure, and clustering of biological data. Use of scripting languages to perform analysis tasks on biological data. No prior knowledge of biology is assumed.
|Instructor||Section||Day & Time||Location|
|Mihai Pop||0101||Mihai Pop|| ESJ 2212|
Prerequisite: 1 course with a minimum grade of C- from (CMSC414, CMSC417, CMSC420, CMSC430, CMSC433). Restriction: Permission of CMNS-Computer Science department; or must be in one of the following programs (Computer Science (Master's); Computer Science (Doctoral)).
Hours Per Week
Recommended Prior Experience
Projects, Exams, or other Assessments
Programming and algorithms
No knowledge of biology necessary