Computational Biology and Medicine Aquincum Institute of Technology
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Aquincum Institute of Technology offers foundational courses, like Data Mining and the Structure and Dynamics of Complex Networks.
Students will learn about how to apply these theories to the complex task of decoding the human genome, and will become familiar with the IT challenges in computational biology and personalized medicine.
Students may learn about the business model of IT companies capitalizing on this emerging industry.
As part of Ernő Rubik’s design class, students will be guided through the history of great Hungarian innovations, including our contribution to the field of medicine, from Ignaz Semmelweis (pioneer of antiseptic procedures) to Albert Szent-Györgyi (discoverer of vitamin C).