Jan 29, 2023  
2021-2022 Graduate Bulletin 
2021-2022 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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College of Medicine

Credits: 2

This course will train students in advanced genetics and the rapidly progressing and influential field of human genetics. Through lectures, the primary literature and review articles, students will gain in-depth knowledge of inheritance, genetic variation, genetic diseases and the impacts of epigenetic alterations and the environment. Students will gain advanced knowledge of contemporary methods used to investigate the human genome and their applications to genetic testing. Students will improve their critical reading skills of relevant primary scientific literature and apply their knowledge in the writing and oral presentation of a term paper.

Prereq: IBS 602 : Molecular Biology and Genetics, IBS 611 : Practical Statistics, TOX 800 : Fundamentals in Forensic Science, TOX 810 : Communicating in the Forensic Science Profession.

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