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  • BI221 Mitochondriomics

    Mitochondrial dysfunction has been correlated with diseases where clinical pathologies include infertility, diabetes, blindness, deafness, stroke, migraine, plus heart, kidney, and liver diseases. Recently, cancer was added to this list when investigations into human cancer cells from breast, bladder, neck and lung revealed a high occurrence of mutations in mtDNA. With the emerging understanding of the role of mitochondria in a vast array of pathologies, research into this organelle and its dysfunction has yielded a vast amount of data in the last decade in the form of publications and databases. Nevertheless, the field of mitochondrial research is still far from exhausted, with many unknown factors yet to be discovered.

    The purpose of this course is to introduce the student to the various databases and wet-lab methods available. Furthermore, the course will, through selected articles, give an understanding of the pitfalls and limitations of such resources.

    Session 1
    Introduction to mitochondria and its pathways and genetics, by Prash Suravajhala
    Session 2
    Proteomics of mitochondria, by Prash Suravajhala
    Supplemental
    Biochemistry of mitochondrial diseases, by Claus Desler
    Various assays used and advances in mitochondrial research
    Session 3
    Tools and databases used in mitochondrial research, by Prash Suravajhala
    Session 4
    Challenges in mitochondrial research, by Prash Suravajhala
    Session 5
    Mitochondria in aging and diseases, Prash Suravajhala
    Session 6
    Exercises & take home messages, by Prash Suravajhala

    This course is taught by Prashanth Suravajhala, Ph.D.

    Additionally, Claus Desler will give a lecture as supplementary material for the course.

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    Slides are available with both on-demand and live of courses, and many also have examples (such as data and scripts). Assignments are also provided for your edification but are not graded. And, when finished, you may request a certificate of attendance.

    On-demand course tuition:

    • For-profit & government: $600 USD
    • Non-profit & self-pay: $400 USD
    • See below for additional discounts.

    Students who've taken the on-demand version of this course can access the course page here.

    Live course held online

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    Live, online course tuition:
    • For-profit & government: $1,000 USD
    • Non-profit & self-pay: $600 USD
    • See below for additional discounts.

    Registration deadline: When full

    Students who've taken the live course can continue to access their course pages here. (Access to completed courses is available to enrolled students only, because of privacy and confidentiality issues.)

    Live course held on-site

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    Discounts

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    • Professional members: 20% discount
    • Limited scholarships may also be available for those residing in low-income economies (please inquire).

    Certification

    This course is certified by Bioinformatics.org, one of the oldest and largest international affiliations in the field, and it will count as 6 "Continuing Scientific Education" (CSE) units (one unit per contact hour) within Bioinformatics.org. Students completing the course will receive a certificate attesting to that.

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    For any course type, if a student is not satisfied with the conduct or content of a course, they may request a full refund within the first two days of lecture. After two days but within a week, a 50% refund will be granted. After one week, a 100% credit toward another course will be granted. No refunds or credits apply beyond those stated here.

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