Computational Genomics

CBMF W4761
Computer Science · Biomedical Engineering · Medical Informatics
Columbia University
Spring Semester, 2004

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  • Welcome to CBMF 4761 Computational Genomics, Spring 2004
  • Note that the correct lecture room is 535 Mudd -- the incorrect room is posted on some websites
  • We are planning to migrate the course materials to the Courseworks site -- however, we still need to sort out a problem of duplicate listings (COMS 4761 and CBMF 4761) for the course! Material is currently posted under the CBMF 4761 Courseworks site -- we'll work to make sure all students have access to it
  • Study guide for final test
Course description: In this course, we explore new computational approaches for studying genomic data, including biological sequence data and gene expression ("gene chip") data. Our focus is on machine learning techniques: probabilistic models such as hidden Markov models, learning algorithms like support vector machines and clustering for classification problems, Bayesian networks for inferring regulatory networks.

Instructor: Prof. Christina Leslie
Email: cleslie@cs.columbia.edu
Office 466 Mudd
Office Hours: Wed 4-6pm and by appointment
(After 5pm, call my office and I'll let you into CS)
Telephone: 212-939-7043
Head TA: Eugene Ie
TA Email: eie@cs.columbia.edu
TA Office Hours: Tues 3-5pm in 471 Mudd
TA: Devang Thakkar
TA Email: dst2103@cs.columbia.edu
TA Office Hours: Wed 2-3pm, Thurs 3-4pm in TA Room (Mudd)