Cancer Genomics and Systems Biology Laboratory

Teaching


16:695:622:M1 Applications of next generation sequencing technologies

Rutgers Molecular Biosciences Graduate Program Years taught: 2020-2021 Number of lectures: 8 Credit:1

Next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies allow us to sequence DNA and RNA quickly and cheaply than that was previously possible, revolutionizing the study of genomics and molecular biology, ultimately guiding clinical decision making in Precision Medicine. In 16:695:622:M1 the students learnt about the emerging applications of the next generation sequencing technologies, best practice guidelines, key considerations during design of experiments, and interpretation of results.


16:695:630:M1 Next generation sequencing technology applications

Rutgers Molecular Biosciences Graduate Program Years taught: 2019-2020 Number of lectures: 8 Credit:1

Emerging genomic technologies enable sequencing of nucleic acid sequences from all kingdoms of life, transforming genomics and molecular biology research, which has implications for diagnosis, treatment, and clinical management of patients. In 16:695:630:M1 the students learnt about the upcoming applications of the next generation sequencing technologies, best practice guidelines, key considerations during design of experiments, and interpretation of results.