Analysis of Biological Sequences (SPH 140.638)
is a one-quarter course offered through the School of Public Health. The focus of this course is on understanding the details of common algorithms used in current computational biology.
Computational biology and bioinformatics
, a BCMB core course, taught November-January. This course challenges students to explore publicly available tools and resources that they can use in their own research, and to understand the basic molecular biology and computational concepts that the tools are built on.
Computational Genomics Methods
, offered every other year through the BCMB program, is a hands-on course, covering Unix, R, and Python as applied to high-throughput biological datasets.
The Center for Computational Genomics
offers short courses and workshops for students, postdocs and faculty who want to gain hands-on experience in dealing with high dimensional data. A yearly symposium held in October (this year, October 13, 2016), is a fun (and free) way to hear about the best of the cutting-edge computational biology research being done at Johns Hopkins.