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I teach two graduate courses in the Department of Genetics.

GN(ST) 756: Computational Molecular Evolution. This is a three credit hour graduate level course involving phylogenetic analyses of nucleotide and protein sequence data. The major topics include database searching, sequence alignment, phylogeny reconstruction and relevant computer software, prediction of protein secondary structure, bioinformatics and related topics. I co-teach this course with Dr. Jeffery Thorne.

GN 703: Population and Quantitative Genetics. This is a three credit hour course required of all graduate students in the Department of Genetics. The course is an over view of the major concepts in population and quantitative genetics.

 

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