APS233 Genomics and Wildlife Forensics
|Pre-Requisite||APS138 Molecuar and Cell Biology|
|Module Co-Ordinator||Professor Julie Scholes|
This unit will introduce students to a range of genomic and molecular technologies including DNA sequencing, transcriptomics and metagenomics and illustrate how they can be used to address questions in ecology, environmental biology, medicine, and forensics sciences. The course will consist of eight lectures, and five practical classes during which students learn how to apply molecular techniques to answer questions in the field of wildlife forensics.
Delivery Method: Lectures and Laboratory Sessions
Student Contact Hours: 23
Assessment Method: Coursework and Examination