Courses offered at UZH

Lecture Description Semester
Statistical Analysis of High-Thoughput Genomic and Transcriptomic Data - STA426 We will go through the most important statistical concepts employed in today’s High-Thoughput analysis methods, implemented as R packages. The student will propose and perform a project at the end of the course Fall
Statistical Modelling - STA121 Fall
Introduction to Bionformatics I - BCH401 In each lecture we give an overview of the main Bioinformatic tools currently used Fall
Topics in Evolutionary Biology - BIO554 Fall
Modern Genetics and Genomics - BIO323 Key concepts and methods in genetics will be taught. You will conduct genetic and molecular studies in model systems and analyse data using bioinformatic tools Fall
Cancer Epigenetics - BIO255 (Block Course) The lab gives a two week practical session along with other 5 different labs. The workload is divided in applying molecular biology techniques and a bioinformatic session Fall
Practical Bionformatics - BIO334 (Block Course) The lab gives a two week section of this course. We provide the student with the basics on performing straightforward data manipulations and statistical analyses in R Spring
Data Analysis in Biology - BIO144 This course is organized by the Petchey lab. Our lab provides support in the practical sessions Spring

For exact information on schedule, registration and location, please refer to the official UZH course catalogue

External courses





Other teaching activities are listed in members’ personal webpage or cv.