This introduction to pharmacology and genomics provides experimental and analytical methods for high thorough-put measurements. A review of key gene classes, drugs for which genetics is critical for genetics and resources for pharmacogenomics will be discussed and analyzed. Explore issues in the clinical implementation of pharmacogenomics testing and read key papers by leaders in the field.
Principles of Pharmacogenomics
Russ Altman, Chair, Bioengineering, Stanford University
- Key gene classes: CYPs, Transporters, GPCRs
- Pharmacogenomics resources: PharmGKB, Drugbank, CMAP
- Key drugs: Warfarin, Clopidogrel, Statins
- Analysis methods for GWAS, natural language processing and more
- Short Quizzes (every 2 weeks)- 65%
- Final Report- 25%
- Participation on course website- 10%
This course is only available online
Certificates and Degrees
Two of BIO 41, 42, 43, 44X, 44Y
or consent of instructor
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BIOMEDIN224 - 005 Winter 2013-14 Available
|Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri||Jan 06 to Mar 24, 2014||12:00PM to 1:00PM PT||Online|
Non Degree Option
Note: Enrolling in this course for credit under the Non Degree Option requires an approved application. If you do not already have an approved application on record, the application will be presented to you as part of the checkout process. If your application is denied, tuition and fees for the course will be refunded.
Students enrolled in a graduate course for credit are required to complete homework assignments, projects, and take exams as required of all students during the 10-week quarter. Information regarding textbooks and materials is usually covered in the first lecture and may also be found on the course Web site.