Genomics of Human Populations

BIOL-GA 1132

This course covers topics in the field of human population genetics including human ancestry and admixture, linkage disequilibrium, natural selection in the human genome, genome-wide association studies (GWAS), genetic architecture of human traits and
diseases, and application of population genomics to the study of cancer and disease. The course includes lecture and recitation components with the latter geared to teaching students fundamental skills in population genomic data analysis.

Format: Lecture, Recitation

Prerequisites: Genetics (BIOL-UA 30), MCB1 (BIOL-UA 21)

Corequisites: None

Location: New York

Equivalent(s): None

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Requirements satisfied: None