Course covers current methods in protein engineering with an emphasis on biomedical and biotechnological applications. Topics include molecular visualization, homology modeling, molecular dynamics, and computational protein design. Students will learn how to use these tools through lectures and lab time and will apply them to investigate a problem of their choosing during the second half of the quarter. The course will also introduce students to current research in these areas.
- Registration is now open for BIOEN 588 and BIOEN 488. Graduate students should select 588 and undergrads 488.
- Lectures are held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30-12:50 PM. Lab is Friday 11:30-2:20pm, all in BIOE N140, the Bioengineering Advanced Computer Lab.
- Instructions on how to ssh are posted on the References Page.
- Slides, homework, and readings are on the Downloads Page. Homework is posted on the day it is assigned and is due for the next lecture. Readings are posted for the lecture during which they will be discussed, so read them beforehand.
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