Molecular Anthropology in Practice


Hands-on introduction to research in molecular anthropology and primate genomics. Engagement in collaborative research on the use and interpretation of molecular data to understand primate evolution. Topics include: molecular and analytical tools for generating and interpreting genomic data; methods for identifying the signature of natural selection; basic computational and statistical methods for data analysis; research culture and collaboration in the natural sciences; scientific writing and revision. Prerequisite: Biology 202L or Evolutionary Anthropology 310 or Evolutionary Anthropology 514.
Curriculum Codes
  • R
  • W
  • NS
Typically Offered
Fall Only