Master's course on applied statistics and probability for bio*

La pratique des statistiques dans l'environnement R

Poster

The objectives of the course are to acquire theoretical and practical knowledge of the major techniques relevant for structural biology and biological mass spectrometry. For structural biology the concepts and applications of three major techniques will be presented including: electron microscopy, X-rays, and nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). In the mass spectrometry part the principal techniques will be presented as well as its application to Systems Biology.

This course is designed for Master students in Biology and Biochemistry as well as for PhD students from the Doctoral School in Pharmaceutical Sciences. The class will only be held with a minimum of 8 students. The course material will be available on moodle .

After a general introduction in structural biology with an overview of the major techniques the course will be organized around four modules: electron microscopy, NMR, X-Ray and mass spectrometry. Each module will present the basic principles and the mainstream applications.

After a general introduction in structural biology with an overview of the major techniques the course will be organized around four modules: electron microscopy, NMR, X-Ray and mass spectrometry. Each module will present the basic principles and the mainstream applications.

Teachers: M.: G. HOPFGARTNER (po), T. SCHALCH (past), L. SCAPOZZA (po), F. BARJA (cc), O. SCHAAD (cc), E. VARESIO (mer)., Mrs. C. BESNARD (mer), E. RIVARA-MINTEN (ce), S. MICHALET (cols).

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