22140/22141 - Introduction to Systems Biology
Previously known as 36040 and 27040: Introduction to Systems Biology (bachelor course)
About the course
The "Introduction to Systems Biology" course is a Bachelor level course aiming at:
- Teaching a conceptual introduction to the core of Systems Biology.
- Having a very large focus on Network Biology, including hands-on experience on how to work with, and critically interpret biological networks.
- All teaching will be very closely related to actual biology.
- We will work with examples of how the Systems Biology approach can be applied to biomedical research, and help find new biomarkers and potential drug targets.
- The students will learn how to use the biological networks as a scaffold for more refined analyses using data integration (e.g. filtering the network using tissue-specific expression, or mapping in protein meta data).
Course organizers: Rasmus Wernersson (firstname.lastname@example.org) ; Lars Rønn Olsen (email@example.com)
Two versions - same curriculum
Starting spring 2020, the Introduction to System Biology course exists in two versions:
- 22140 - runs in the autumn on Thursday afternoons (13-17)
- 22141 - runs in the spring on Tuesday EVENINGS (18-22)
Curriculum, computer exercises and exam is the same for both courses.
- Plan for spring 2020 (Course 22141) - NEW: evening module (Tuesday evening)
- Plan for autumn 2019 (Course 22140) - Thursday afternoon
- Plan for autumn 2018 (Course 36040) - Thursday afternoon
- Plan for autumn 2017 (Course 36040) - Thursday afternoon
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