Computational Biology Training in Boston & Cambridge, MA

For Degree Requirements see the main Biophysics page


Courses:
Biophysics 101: Genomics and Computational Biology
STAT 315: Fundamentals of Computational Biology
Biophysics 242. Special Topics in Biophysics
Biology 153. Statistical Analysis of Biological Problems
Engineering Sciences 145. Introduction to Systems Analysis with Physiological Applications
MCB 112. Structure and Function of Proteins and Nucleic Acids
Mathematics 115. Methods of Analysis and Applications
Applied Mathematics 201. Complex Function Theory with Applications
Applied Mathematics 202. Partial Differential and Integral Equations
BCMP 201. Principles of Biochemistry
BCMP 228. Macromolecular Crystallography and NMR
Cell Biology 201. Molecular Biology of the Cell
Genetics 201. Principles of Genetics
Microbiology 208. Microbial and Molecular Genetics

Related Resources:
Harvard Medical School
HMS Lipper Center for Computational Genetics
DFCI Department of Biostatistical Science
HSPH Biostatistics Department
HHMI HMS Genetics Computational Resources
HMS BBS Graduate Studies
Harvard/MIT Health Sciences Technology Program
HMS Research Computing Center
HMS Center for Applied Information Technology
International Society for Computational Biology Training programs
Boston University Bioinformatics



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