Summer Semester 2019
Core Modules (10 credits):
- Biodiversity and Evolution (23779a/b/c)
- Network Analysis (19401701/02/11)
- Physiology (60100401/02/11)
- Sequence Analysis (19401601/02/11)
- Structural Bioinformatics ( 60100501/02/11; block course during term break)
Core Modules are offered only in summer semesters!
Practical Modules (5 credits):
- Current Issues in Cell Physiology (60100613; block course during term break)
- Applied Sequence Analysis (19400313)
- Applied Machine Learning (19403613; assignable to Applied Sequence Analysis or Current Issues in Medical Genomics)
- Current Issues in Medical Genomics (60100713; block course during term break)
Preview: In Winter Semester 2019/20 the following Practical Modules will be offered:
- Current Issues in Cell Physiology
- Computer-Aided Drug Design
- Environmental Metagenomics
- Current Issues in Structural Bioinformatics
Research Module (20 credits):
Research modules consist of research-oriented courses, which students can choose. All courses offered match both research module A and research module B. Further Information about Research Modules
Seminars (5 credits):
- Compact Data Structures (19404211)
- Computer-aides Drug Design – Methods and Application (60101711)
- Introduction to Computational Proteomics (19404511)
- Computational Meta-Omics (19404811)
- Methods for Genome Analysis (19404711)
- Reaction Diffusion Simulation (19402311, block course)
Lectures with exercises (5 credits):
- Advanced Biometrical Methods (60101901/02)
- Statistical Methods for Small Sample Sizes (60102301/02)
Seminar, Lecture with exercises (10 credits)
Methods for Investigating the RNA structuromeand RNA-RNA interactome –Registration closed
Additionally, the following courses can be applied to the research module:
If you wish to take part in one or more of these modules, please contact the teacher directly. The certification will be effected by the examination office (Prüfungsbüro).
- The official registration period for all courses in Campus Management is April 1 - April 26, 2019.
- Most courses also require a registration via KVV. - Guide to register in a course in the KVV System
- The rooms in which the lectures take place can be found in the course catalog.
- The language of instruction in all master’s courses may be German or English. If international students without sufficient knowledge of German participate in a course, the language of instruction is always English.
- If you have any general questions concerning the stucture or organization of the program please contact the course coordinator or the examination office.