Grambling University Undergraduate Biological Research Course

Grambling University Undergraduate Biological Research Course is designed for undergraduate students to get an introduction to Bioinformatics and learn about Genomics and Metagenomics. In this course, students will explore the DNA code and how it is changed due to germline and somatic mutations. We will also discuss the way microbes can be samples directly in the environment and studied to see microbiome composition and variation meaningful for biomedical and environmental research. The course will be conducted by Dr. Paul Kim, Assistant Professor of Cell Biology at Grambling State University.

This program is supported by the Louisiana Biomedical Research Network

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Grambling University Undergraduate Biological Research Course is designed for undergraduate students to get an introduction to Bioinformatics and learn about Genomics and Metagenomics. In this course, students will explore the DNA code and how it is changed due to germline and somatic mutations. We will also discuss the way microbes can be samples directly in the environment and studied to see microbiome composition and variation meaningful for biomedical and environmental research. The course will be conducted by Dr. Paul Kim, Assistant Professor of Cell Biology at Grambling State University. This program is supported by the Louisiana Biomedical Research Network
Spodoptera frugiperda (fall armyworm)
Crop drought stress and resistance
Introduction to Genomics
Genomics 1
Introduction to Metagenomics
Metagenomics

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