Bioinformatics I & II
Alejandro Maass, FCFM, University of Chile
Ricardo Verdugo, F-Med, University of Chile
Steffen Härtel, F-Med, University of Chile
CMM Seminar Room, Faculty of Physical Sciences and Mathematics. Blanco Encalada 2120.
S. Seminars, PGH:
Seminar Room Danko Brncic, Human Genetics Program, Block C, 1st floor, School of Medicine, 1027 Independence. S.
Computer 2: Computer Room 2, 2nd Floor School of Kinesiology, Faculty of Medicine, 1027 Independence.
Faculty of Medicine
Ricardo Verdugo (RV) – PGH, ICBM
Ricardo Armisén (RAr) – PFP, ICBM
Faculty of Physical Sciences and Mathematics
Alejandro Maass – CMM, CRG & DIM, FCFM
Alex Di Génova (AdG) – CMM & CRG, FCFM
Dante Travisany (DT) – CMM & CRG, FCFM
Nicolas Loira (NL) – CRG & CMM FCFM
Andrew Hart (AH) – CMM, FCFM J.
Cristian Salgado (CS) – DIQB, ICDB
María Paz Cortés (MPC) – CMM & CRG, FCFM
National Center for Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics
Romilio Espejo (RE) – INTA, OMICS
The course is divided into two parts and is part of the Masters in Medical Informatics.
Bioinformatics I is an introductory course on the management of computer analysis methods, mathematical and statistical biological data from genomics and transcriptomics. The Bioinformatics I course objectives are: (1) review a theoretical and practical bioinformatics methods classical genomic sequence analysis, (2) training in quality control, processing, and statistical analysis transcriptomic data, and (3) review concepts experimental design and hypothesis testing with data “omics”.
Bioinformatics II is an advanced course in bioinformatics applications in the field of biomedicine. Particularly, use of data “omic” to help the diagnosis and treatment of patients. The Bioinformatics II course objectives are: (1) introducing genomic medicine / personal, (2) to train students in the classification of patients based on genomic data, (3) rntregar data mining concepts for identifying predictive patterns of disease or response to treatment, (4) review the generation and interpretation of gene networks types, (5) demonstrate the causal inference from data “omics” in observational studies.
Credits for the course are awarded by the Faculty of Medicine, University of Chile. The subjects may be recognized for future studies graduate, Diploma and Masters in Health Informatics.
How much is the course?
If you are a regular student at the University of Chile, the course is Free.
If you are not a regular student at the University of Chile, the value of the course is 11.41 UF.
Where do I register if “NO” I am regular student graduate of the University of Chile?
If you are not a regular student graduate of the University of Chile, you should contact the graduate office of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Chile, also must download and submit the form to request free student quota from HERE.
Monica Astudillo, telephone (56-2) 9786440, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maria Isabel Penaloza, telephone (56-2) 9786713, email: email@example.com
Address Avenida Independencia 1027, Santiago, Chile.
Where do I register if “AM” regular student graduate of the University of Chile?
In the case of graduate students from other faculties, each graduate secretary must send the application / enrollment of students who are interested in taking the course for graduate secretary medical school and must include the following information (name , surname, program / career, email, phone)