Course Reviews (Batch : 2018-2020)

KI courses 1.  First course at Karolinska Institute: Genetics 2.  Second Course: Applied Communication 3.  Third course: Applied Programming for Life Sciences 4.  a) Fourth course: Fromtiers in Translational Medicine (Part-1)      b) Fourth course: Frontiers in Translational Medicine (Part-2) SU course 1.  a) SU course: Bioinformatics (Part-1)      b) SU course: Bioinformatics … Continue reading “Course Reviews (Batch : 2018-2020)”

KTH course: Clinical applications of biotechnology

The 3rd mandatory course of the KTH semester’s first period deals with the research into cancer fields with a special emphasis on breast cancer, clinical research with some insights into ethics of clinical research. The course has three main aspects: 1. Theory lectures The theory lectures focus on the fundamentals of breast cancer while touching … Continue reading “KTH course: Clinical applications of biotechnology”

KTH course: Applied Programming for Life Sciences III

The second mandatory course from the KTH semester is the Applied Programming in Life Sciences III. This aim of this part of the programming course is to impart knowledge in using Git-hub and managing various shared projects on Git-hub. This course is conducted by Olav Vahtras. The course consists of 2 main parts , just … Continue reading “KTH course: Applied Programming for Life Sciences III”

KTH course: Applied Gene Technology and large-scale data analysis part-2

2. Papers and discussion The 2nd aspect of the course is based on self learning. The techniques we learned can be divided into 4 main sub-fields: Hybridization technologies for genotyping and sequencing Long-read sequencing applied in epigenetics and haplotyping Single-cell strategies for transcriptomics, proteomics and open chromatin Spatially resolved transcriptomics by in situ and high-throughput … Continue reading “KTH course: Applied Gene Technology and large-scale data analysis part-2”

KTH course: Applied Gene Technology and large-scale data analysis part-1

Welcome to the KTH semester! This course was the best course throughout the Masters. The main aim of the course is to familiarize us to the advanced technologies in the field of transcriptomics while understanding the advantages and disadvantages of one over the other; thus, allowing us to make the decisions to use these advanced … Continue reading “KTH course: Applied Gene Technology and large-scale data analysis part-1”