Introduction to R Programming for Scientific Research (3 credits)
Science is increasingly inter-disciplinary, and programming has become a valuable skill in many investigations. This course is designed to empower you with the ability solve scientific problems through writing computer programs. Emphasis is placed on using the R language to solve biology problems.
Instructor: Erik Wright, Ph.D.
Term: Summer (Summer 6-week-2)
Days/Times: Tuesdays/Fridays from 8:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
Location: Room 430, Bridgeside Point 2 (450 Technology Drive by Hot Metal Bridge)
Expected class size: 10-15
Internship in Global Health Informatics (3 credits)
The Summer Internship in Global Health Informatics will be expanded to accommodate 5 students from the US. Students will travel to Malawi to study Global Health Informatics in low-resource settings alongside Malawian health and technology professionals. Students will have an opportunity to propose, design and develop a product or intervention relevant to solving a particular problem the group has identified.
Instructor: Gerald Douglas, Ph.D.
Location: Malawi, Africa
Prerequisites: BIOINF 2124 and permission from instructor
Expected class size: 4-5
Special Topic Seminar in Medical Informatics – Grantsmanship (1 credit)
This course is designed for faculty to offer small groups of students a study course on a topic of mutual interest and concern in the faculty member’s area of expertise.
Instructor: Harry Hochheiser, Ph.D. and guest faculty
Days/Times: Monday through Friday (one week), TBA
Location: 407A BAUM, 5607 Baum Blvd.
Prerequisites: No prerequisites
Expected class size: 10