Evolutionary Genomics: Who Are We, Where Have We Been, and Where Are We Going?

BIOLOGY 128FS

We are now a decade into the genomics revolution that generated data allowing us to gaze into our past, present, and future in ways that were beyond imagining when Darwin's theory of Natural Selection was first introduced. The unification of genomic data, bioinformatics, and evolutionary theory has transformed our understanding of human history, our place within the Tree of Life, and the impact that our species is having on those with whom we share the planet. This course will use the primary literature to familiarize students with the multifaceted power of genomics, with a slant towards examining human history and disease from an evolutionary perspective. Open only to students in the Focus Program. Instructor: Yoder

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Curriculum Codes
  • STS
  • NS
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  • GENOME 128FS
Typically Offered
Fall Only