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COURSES TAUGHT BY SCOTT KELLEY
 
BIOLOGY 568, BIOINFORMATICS

Bioinformatics has become an increasingly important field of biology given the massive expansion of biological information (e.g., genome sequences). This course teaches three things: (1) Key algorithms used in computational biology underlying database searching, sequence alignment, RNA structure folding, and fuzzy sequence searching among other thing; (2) Practical Bioinformatics tools for molecular biologists that could immediately be used in research labs; and (3) Bioinformatics programming skills.

BIOINFORMATICS INTERACTIVE WEBSITE:

http://www.bio.sdsu.edu/faculty/kelley/bioinformatics/

 
BIOLOGY 350, GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY
 
BIOLOGY 600, MICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL CLUB
 
BIOLOGY 567, BIOCHEMISTRY, CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY III
 
BIOLOGY 100, NON-MAJORS GENERAL BIOLOGY