Johns Hopkins University, 2011-present
- Spring 2020: EN 601.350 Genomic Data Science. This course has a new name, but it is very similar to the course with the same number (350/340) that was taught in 2016-2018. Note that this is co-listed as a BME course and is part of the new Genomics concentration in BME.
- Spring 2016, 2017 & 2018: EN 601.350 (formerly 600.340). Introduction to Genomic Research. Cross-listed in both the CS and BME Departments, this undergraduate course counts towards the required coursework for both majors. Tues-Thurs 3:00-4:15pm.
- Spring 2015: BME 580.689. Computational Personal Genomics. Cross-listed in both the BME and CS Departments. Tues-Thurs 9:00-10:15am. Official catalog listing.
- I give a lecture each year in 330.600 Pharmacology in the School of Medicine
- SUMMER INTERNSHIPS. We’ve been taking summer interns every summer for 16 years. Starting in 2018, my lab accepts applications only through the BDP Summer Undergraduate Research Program at Hopkins. Interns are usually mentored by a postdoc, advanced graduate student, or staff scientist in the lab. For information on how to apply, see https://research.jhu.edu/hour/internal/.
Genomic Data Science specialization on Coursera
Our Coursera Specialization on Genomic Data Science launched in June 2015. You can find links to all the courses and extra materials on the JHU Data Science Lab site. Some details:
- The specialization includes seven courses
- Every class runs every month and lasts for one month
- All classes are free (although Coursera tries hard to get everyone to pay)
Introduction to Genomic Technologies, the overview for the specialization, is taught by Steven Salzberg and Jeff Leek
Python for Genomic Data Science, a very gentle (and very basic) introduction to programming in Python, is taught by Mihaela (Ela) Pertea and Steven Salzberg
University of Maryland, 2005-2011
CMSC 828H, Computational Gene Finding and Genome Assembly, Fall 2010. .
CMSC 828G, Fall 2009: Bioinformatics for Metagenomics. Fall 2009.
CMSC 828N, “Computational Gene Finding and Genome Assembly”, Spring 2006, Spring 2007, Fall 2007, Fall 2008.
CMSC 838K, “How to do research,” Fall 2008.
TIGR, 1997-2005, and earlier
Advances in Genome Technology and Bioinformatics, offered by TIGR and the Marine Biology Laboratory at Woods Hole, October 2004.
CS 439 Computational Biology, Fall 1999 and earlier years at Johns Hopkins University (long out of date)