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This course is designed to introduce the current OMICS technologies and their practical applications in human health and living environments. It provides the essential knowledge to explore OMICS technologies on person medicine. OMICS are emerging technologies for understanding the diversity and distribution of living organisms and the behavior of cells, tissues, organs, and the whole organism at the molecular level using methods such as genomics, proteomics, systems biology, bioinformatics, as well as the computational tools needed to analyze and make sense of the data. Each of these OMICS topics will be covered by lectures for general overview and discussions on practical applications.
BMSC.3220 Clinical Molecular and Cell Biology I, and BMSC.3240 Clinical Molecular and Cell Biology Lab I.