G6001x - Graduate Core Course I - Genetics - Not offered in 2013-2014
This course is not offered in Fall 2013. This course requirement for Biology PhD students has been replaced by BIOL W4001 Advanced Genetic Analysis by Martin Chalfie.
Section 001 - Genetics taught by Dr. Iva Greenwald and Dr. Oliver Hobert
COURSE START DATE: 9/4-10/18
This course provides an introduction to classical and molecular genetics to first year graduate students. Topics include transmission genetics, gain and loss of function mutations, genetic redundancy, suppressors, enhancers, epistasis, expression patterns, using transposons, and introduction to genome analysis. As part of the Core Program in the Department of Biological Sciences the course is a mixture of lectures, student presentations, and readings from the original literature. Ph.D. students from other departments can take this course with the permission of the instructor. Enrollment is limited to 20 students.
Number of Credits: 2.0 for each half semester
Semester: fall 2013
Section Number: 001
Section Title: Genetics
Location: 800 Fairchild
Days of the Week: Tuesday & Thursday
Start Time: 9:00 am
End Time: 10:50 am
Course Website: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/biology/courses/g6001/index.html
Instructor: Iva Greenwald, Oliver Hobert