Courses: Quantitative Genomics

 

Each year, Professor Mezey teaches the course Quantitative Genomics and Genetics simultaneously at Cornell University (Ithaca, New York) and Weill Cornell Medicine (New York, New York).  The course provides a rigorous treatment of analysis techniques used to understand complex genetic systems, including both the fundamentals and advances in statistical methodology used to identify genetic loci impacting disease, agriculturally relevant, and evolutionarily important phenotypes.  The course is currently limited to students at Cornell University, Cornell Tech, Weill Cornell Medicine, Memorial Sloan Kettering, and Rockefeller University where over the past decade and a half, almost a thousand total students among these institutions have taken the course.  While access to the full course is limited, the lecture slide decks and videos are made available here under the following conditions of use: no person or entity is allowed to use these course material - or anything derived from course materials - for any for-profit purposes, directly or indirectly. Please contact the Department of Computational Biology at Cornell University for any additional information.


Quantitative Genomics and Genetics - Spring 2022

 

 

 

 

 


Quantitative Genomics and Genetics - Spring 2021

 

 

Lecture 1 - Quantitative Genomics Spring 2021 (Administrative - Not Posted)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lecture 5 and above to be posted...