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Open Lectures “Introduction to Bioinformatics: bioinformatics in biology and in medicine”

Dobzhansky Genome Bioinformatics Center welcomes all those interested to attend an course of public lectures «Introduction to Bioinformatics: bioinformatics applied in biology and medicine». The course is aimed at those who would like to have a better idea of what bioinformatics is and how it helps biologists and medical scientists in research and clinical work.

Topics of lectures and Labs

  • 2013.09.11 Alla Lapidus Bioinformatics and it’s applications
  • 2013.09.18 Pavel Dobrynin & Alexey Makunin Приготовление библиотек, Использование карт для сборки генома
  • 2013.09.24 Steve O’Brien Human Genome Project
  • 2013.10.02 Olga Bajenova Стратегия Секвенирования
  • 2013.10.07 Olga Bajenova
  • 2013.10.09 Serguei Simonov Computers and programs are sine qua non to bioinformatics analysis
  • 2013.10.16 Serguei Simonov Genome Browsers to view genomic data for everyone
  • 2013.10.21 Ekaterina Chernyaeva Молекулярная филогенетика для борьбы с инфекционными заболеваниями
  • 2013.10.22 Steve O’Brien A Snowball’s chance – The birth of genomic Pawprints
  • 2013.10.30 Sergey Malov Статистичесие методы поиска генетических закономерностей
  • 2013.11.06 Sergey Malov_Practics Использование R для поиска генетических закономерностей
  • 2013.11.12 Alla Lapidus DNA variations
  • 2013.11.18 Alexey Makunin Practical work with UCSC genome browser
  • 2013.11.20 Klaus Koepfli Phylogenetic and Phylogenomic – Methods and Applications -1
  • 2013.11.25 Klaus Koepfli Phylogenetic and Phylogenomic – Methods and Applications -2
  • 2013.11.27 Vladimir Brukhin Genotype is highly plastic inresponce to environment.
  • 2013.12.04 Vladimir Brukhin Genome

    - continue in the new semester –

    • “Search for genes affecting disease , based on analysis of cohort studies” – Anton Svitin
    • “Molecular phylogeny ” (lecture)” – Misha Raiko
    • “Molecular phylogeny ” (practice)” – Misha Raiko ( students come with their own data, or will work with their objects of interest )
    • “Population genomics and phylogeography ” – Andrei Yurchenko
    • Practical session ( ( IB students tested it separately ) – DNA extraction , PCR and gel visualization phoresis PCR results (for example, samples of buccal epithelium students, making anonymous genotyping by CCR5d32)” – Andriy Shevchenko
    • “Interesting genomic projects ( review lecture on important / interesting genomes )” – Misha Raiko
    • “Repetitive DNA elements : structure and classification , biological role in the evolution of eukaryotic genomes , search algorithms in the genomes of the collected and uncollected ridah” – Anton Logatchev