Master Bio-informatiqueUE Genomics


Genomics is an interdisciplinary field of modern biology studying the full genetic complement (the genome) of an organism. With nearly 3,500 genomes now sequenced, the post-genomic era has considerably improved our knowledge of the origin of diversity and evolution of genomes, cellular pathways, organismal phenotypes and human diseases. The course will be split into three main topics of a teaching course followed by a practical informatics-oriented course designed to cover the methods of genome analysis, the evolution of eukaryotic genomes, the power of comparative genomics to understand gene regulation and will finish by exploring how genomics gives rise to epigenomics and how both allow our understanding of gene regulation and its dysfunction in the development of human diseases.

Language used

Main language used by this course: Anglais.

Volume of teachings

  • Lectures: 9 hours
  • Pratical works: 9 hours

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