Dr. Pratiti Bhadra, Daria Gaidar, Markus Hollander, Nicolas Künzel, Dr. Duy Nguyen
Tuesday, 10:15 am – 11:45 am, building E2 1, room 007, starting on April 16th
Wednesday, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm, starting on May 8th, 2019, building E2 1, room 007
Next tutorial: Wednesday, July 17th
Test 1: Scale of grades
The results of test 1 have been sent by email.
Test 2: Results
Test 3: Results
Exam registration on LSF until June 4th, 2019, is mandatory.
This course can be used as a “Spezialvorlesung der Biowissenschaften/Special-topic Lecture Biosciences”
no formal requirements, but solid prior knowledge about
- cellular networks
- cell biology
- omics technologies
a. biological content
– circadian rhythms
– cell cycle
– cell differentiation/cell reprogramming
– development of cancer
b. bioinformatics content
– microarray expression analysis
– DNA methylation analysis
– time series analysis
– gene ontology and pathway annotation
– interaction networks
– application of clustering techniques
– construction of gene-regulatory networks
Conditions for certification:
- UPDATE! This regulation replaces the previous one! There will be n=5 biweekly assignments. Students need to answer questions and write short essays about topics covered in the lecture and in assigned research papers. There are three possible grades: excellent, pass, failed. Students need to get a “pass” grade on at least n-1 assignments or n-3 “pass” and one “excellent” grade.
- There will be three 45-minutes tests on different parts of the lecture. Students need to pass at least two out of the three tests. Tests will cover the content of the lecture and of the assigned research papers.
- Students need to present at least once during the lecture on the content of an assigned research paper (20 min. presentation and 10 min. discussion).
An averaged score will be computed from the best two results of the three tests and the graded presentation. This yields the grade of certification (“Schein”). There will be no final exam.
5 (2 V + 1 Ü)
This course is taught in English language.
|Lecture 1, April 16||ppt|
|Lecture 2, April 23||ppt||Assignment 1|
|Lecture 3, April 30||ppt|
|Lecture 4, May 7||ppt|
|Lecture 5, May 14||ppt||Test 1, place: E1 3, lecture hall 001|
|Lecture 6, May 21||ppt||Tutorial 2: May 22nd|
|Lecture 7, May 28||ppt||Assignment 3||Tutorial on May 29th to discuss the solutions of test #1|
|Lecture 8, June 4||ppt||Tutorial 3: June 5th|
|Lecture 9, June 11||ppt||Test 2, place: E1 3, lecture hall 001
|Lecture 10, June 18||ppt||Assignment 4||Tutorial on June 19th to discuss the solutions of test #2|
|Lecture 11, June 25||ppt||Tutorial 4: June 26th|
|Lecture 12, July 2||ppt|
|Lecture 13, July 9||Assignment 5||Test 3, place: E1 3, lecture hall 001|
|Lecture 14: July 16||Presentations||Tutorial on July 17th: discussion of solutions of test #3 and assignment 5|