The theoretical part of this course covers classical genetics and contemporary genomics. Because bioinformatics has become important for genomic research, the course also includes practical applications to genomic analyses using Python, including group projects.
This course covers the steps in the development and commercialization of drugs, medical devices, food and nutritional products. The aim is to educate and motivate students to explore career paths in the Life Sciences industry and bridge the acute talent gap in Switzerland.
The students are exposed to experimental and analytical approaches specific to single cell biology, with an emphasis on quantitative aspects.