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Cell and Systems Modeling

02-730: Fall 2014:

This is an introductory course in Systems Biology focusing on the development, simulation, and analysis of mechanistic models of biological systems.

Previously offered: Spring 2011, Spring 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013


Automation of Biological Research

02-450 and 02-750: Fall 2014:

This is a course in the application of Active Learning, Robotics, and High-Throughput/High-Content assays to accelerate biological discovery.

Previously offered:


Algorithms for Computational Structural Biology

02-721 (formerly 15-879): Spring 2014

This course is an introductory survey of the algorithmic techniques used in the field of structural biology.

Previously offered: Fall 2004, Spring 2007, Spring 2010


Advanced Algorithms for Computational Structural Biology

02-722: Fall 2012 Guest-taught by Prof. Ilyin

This is a seminar-style course on the current literature in computational structural biology.

Pre-req:  15-879A, or permission of the instructor

Previously offered: Spring 2005, Fall 2005


Computational Biology Journal Club

02-730: Spring 2014:

This is a journal club focusing on the recent literature in Computational Biology


Fundamental Data Structures and Algorithms

15-211: Fall 2011

Previously offered: Fall 2005, Fall 2006, Fall 2007, Fall 2008, Fall 2009, Fall 2010, Fall 2011


Formal Methods in Systems Biology

15-872A:

This is a seminar-style course on the use of formal methods in modeling biological systems. Topics will include applications of model checking, algebraic methods, rule-based modeling, and type theory.

Open to graduate students from SCS and MCS and others by permission

Previously offered: Spring 2008