What is Bioinformatics?. National Institute of Health (NIH) : Research, development, or application of computational tools and approaches for expanding the use of acquisition, storage, organization, archiving, analysis, or visualization of: biological data medical data behavioral data
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Nearest neighbor method
Synchronous Tree Construction
Hidden Markov Models
Areas of Concentration
Incomplete data; life tables; nonparametric methods; parametric models; accelerated failure time models; proportional hazards models; partial likelihood; advanced topics.
Likelihood and linear regression; generalized linear model; Binomial regression; case-control studies; dose-response relations; Poisson regression; Gamma regression; quasi-likelihood models; estimating equations; multivariate GLMs.
Biostatistician Methods and Models for one of the following: Genetics, Bioinformatics and Genomics; Longitudinal or Functional Data; Clinical Trials and Experimental Design Environmental Data; Dose-response, Nutrition and Toxicology; Survival Analysis; Observational Studies and Epidemiology; Computer-intensive or Bayesian methods
National Institute of Health (NIH) : Simulation techniques to the study of the development and application of data-analytical and theoretical methods, mathematical- and computational-modeling
Biometrics and Biostatistics
Biology with Minor in Bioinformatics
CS with Minor in Bioinformatics
MAT 152 Statistics
CS 231 CS I
MAT 211 Calculus I
CS 232 CS II
MAT 253 Discrete Math
BioinformaticsBioinformatics Minor Tracks