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BS7002 Informational Biology

Course Coordinator: Associate Professor Konstantin PERVUSHIN (email: Kpervushin@ntu.edu.sg)

Availability: Semester 1

The aim of this course is to ensure the graduate students to have fundamental knowledge on topics in informational biology. Topics covered include: computational tools in bioinformatics, biological databases, combinatorial libraries, structural prediction of proteins, biophysical principle of biomolecular assembly, and enzymatic mechanisms. Each topic will be covered in two 2-hr sessions in consecutive weeks.

The course is compulsory for all PhD and MSc students in SBS. The course will be accredited 3 AU and an examination will be conducted in the examination period of each semester.

The course will be accredited 3 AU and an examination will be conducted in the examination period of each semester.

Topics:

  • Epigenetics
  • Principles in Biochemistry
  • Structural Biology
  • Bioinformatics
  • Research Methods