BIOL 395 (Fall)

Quantitative Biology Seminar 1



Instructor(s):
F. Guichard (Coordinator) TBA (514) 398-6464 frederic.guichard@mcgill.ca
J. Vogel Bellini 269 (514) 398-5880 jackie.vogel@mcgill.ca
       
Workload:
1 credit (1-0-2)
       
Restrictions:      
Registration is restricted to U2 students in the Quantitative Biology program and the joint programs in Biology and Mathematics and in Biology and Computer Science.
Prerequisite(s):
BIOL 200, CHEM 212, COMP 250, MATH 222 and PHYS 230
Content:
This course provides an overview of concepts and current research in quantitative biology: theoretical ecology and evolution, computational biology, and physical biology. BIOL 395 runs concurrently with BIOL 495 (cross-listed courses)
       
Readings:
   
Research papers and reviews will be assigned by participating faculty
 
   
Method:
   
One hour seminar a week
   
Evaluation:
   
Based on attendance and class participation    

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Last update: March 22, 2017