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MEDG 420 Human Genomics and Medical Genetics
Sequence and structure of the human genome. Human genetic evolution. Identification of genes affecting normal and pathological variation. Molecular mechanisms of genetic diseases and disorders. Medical applications of human genetics.
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July 11, 2019: This course has been reformatted. The number of available seats has been increased from 16 to 30. Registration has been turned on again so that students can self-register.
NOTE: This is an upper level Medical Genetics course requiring independent learning, class discussion and strong background in basic genetics. We strongly recommend at least a 'B' grade in both BIOL335 and BIOL338 as pre-requisites.
Location: Room 1410, Life Sciences Centre, 2350 Health Sciences Mall, UBC Campus.
The Course Co-ordinator for 2019W is Dr. Carolyn Brown.