The following segment of the course is taught by a member of te Department of Genetics
Dr Aylwyn Scally : Probability, Genome Sequencing and Population Genetics
These lectures introduce fundamental concepts of probability and randomness, and how to build probabilistic models of biological systems. Such models are essential and widely used tools for understanding complex biological phenomena, and are particularly important in genetics and genome sequence analysis. The lectures also introduce basic population genetics and the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium as an important example of a probabilistic model.
Further information about the course
Programme specification/Aims & outcomes : https://www.biology.cam.ac.uk/undergrads/nst/courses/mb/aims
Course organiser : [Unknown, Department of Zoology]
Contributing Depts : Zoology, Plant Sciences, Genetics