Course Information for 6760 - Modeling and Analysis of Biological Networks
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Primary Instructor: Chris J. Myers
Designation:Elective
Credits: 3.0
Semesters Offered:Spring
Frequency Offered:Even Years
Cross Listings:ECE 6760 and CS 6760
Prerequisites:Students should either have some familiarity with genetics, cell biology, molecular biology, or biochemistry OR engineering methods for modeling, analysis, and design.
Catalog Description: Introduction to methods for modeling and analyzing biological networks such as genetic regulatory networks, metabolic networks, and signal transduction networks. A particular emphasis will be given to methods inspired by models used by engineers for circuit analysis. Other topics include: stochastic analysis using Monte Carlo methods, differential equation models, Bayesian network models, flux balance analysis, learning methods, pathway databases, and synthesized gene circuits
Required Texts:Engineering Genetic Circuits by C. Myers, Taylor and Francis, 2009.
Course Website: https://utah.instructure.com/courses/461393
Course Syllabus:Syllabus_6760.pdf