Teaching

Full courses:

I teach PHG 401: Computational and Applied Genetic Epidemiology , an upper division undergraduate course at the University of Washington in Spring quarters. This class focuses on hands-on genomic data analysis using R packages and specialized analysis tools, and the public health implications of research results. It is designed for students without extensive background in genomics or data science, but who want real skills in thinking about public health policy evaluation and data analysis skills.

Workshops: 

UW Summer Institutes in Biostatistics Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology.

UCSF-Stanford Center for Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation Introduction to Pharmacogenomics (course website: https://pharm.ucsf.edu/cersi/node/4596)

 

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