PHA 6855-Forensic Genetics
This is a foundation course in human molecular genetics designed to provide an understanding of basic genetic principles. This precursor to forensic DNA analysis will address some of the important issues in genetics including genome mapping and the role of gene dysfunction in disease.
|Module 1||Introduction to Forensic Genetics|
|Module 2||The Basic Principles of Inheritance|
|Module 3||The Molecular Structure of Chromosomes and DNA Replication|
|Module 4||Making Genes Work|
|Module 5||Population Genetics and The Human Genome Project|
|Module 6||DNA Profiling and Forensic Investigation|
|Module 7||Interpretation and Applications of Forensic DNA Analysis|
|Module 8||Mutation and DNA Repair|
Summer, Fall and Spring
$575 per credit hour plus student fees
Questions regarding course content?
Contact the course instructor Dr. Donna Wielbo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Human and Molecular Genetics
Author: Peter Sudbery
Publisher: Pearson Education Limited; 2nd edition (3/1/2002)
Pearson Education Limited
Author: P.C. Winter, G.I. Hickley and H.L. Fletcher
Publisher: BIOS Scientific Publishers Limited; 2nd edition (6/1/2002)
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