Advanced Topics in Biochemistry
The following topics are rotated: cellular signal transduction, clinical chemistry, biochemical immunology, bioinorganic chemistry, genetic modeling of human disease, molecular biology of cancer, regulatory RNA, proteomics, and structural biochemistry.
CHEM
689R
 Hours0.5 - 3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesChem 583 or equivalent.
 TaughtFall, Winter
Course Outcomes: 


Write basic software to quantitatively (i.e., computationally) predict the outcome of a shotgun proteomics experiment.

Write basic software to identify and quantify spectra from a shotgun proteomics experiment

Identify an area in computational proteomics that requires further development, plan strategies to address this need, and begin its implementation.

Automate the generation of plots for visualizing data.

Work with their peers to solve problems computationally.

Write clean, factored program code to solve problems which include basic use of the following elements: the command line (with options), data structures (primitives, objects, hashes/maps, arrays), control structures, a procedural paradigm, an object-oriented paradigm, a functional paradigm, regular expressions, text-formatted output files, system calls to other programs.