Professor Roberts teaches the following courses, which include computational laboratory sections.
AS.250.313 Molecular and Cellular Systems Biology
This course covers the principles of biological networks, with an emphasis on computational analysis. Networks ranging from simple biochemical pathways to genome-scale metabolic, regulatory, and signaling networks will be studied. Topics include dynamic modeling of biochemical pathways, steady-state analysis of cellular metabolic networks, inference of gene regulatory networks using -omics data, and systems biology approaches to studying signal transduction.
AS.020.674 Graduate Biophysical Chemistry co-taught with Biology Faculty
This course provides an overview of protein and nucleic acid structure, fundamentals of thermodynamics and kinetics, ligand binding, folding and stability of macromolecules, and the principles of biophysical methods.
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