Genetics 101

This class is intended to cover the fundamentals of understanding genetics specifically the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology and is geared toward medical, hospital, and academic librarians, but everyone is welcome. This is an online, asynchronous class.

Objectives

Upon completion of this class, students will be able to:

  1. Develop an introductory understanding of key terms, concepts, and applications of human genetics
  2. Identify and describe the parts of the “central dogma of molecular biology” (i.e. DNA, transcription (i.e. mRNA), and translation (i.e. protein)
  3. Explain the anatomy of a “gene”

Class Owner(s)

Contact the NNLM Training Office for more information.

Instructor(s)

Nancy Shin, Outreach and Data Coordinator, Region 5

Continuing Education

This class has been approved for 4 Medical Library Association (MLA) continuing education credits.

Classes

Event Title Event Start Date Summary Continuing Education Credits CE Categories Is Online Registration
Genetics 101 This 4 credit-hour online class covers the fundamentals of understanding genetics, specifically the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology. 4.00 On
Event Title Event Start Date Summary Continuing Education Credits CE Categories Is Online Registration
Genetics 101 This 4 credit-hour online class covers the fundamentals of understanding genetics, specifically the Central Dogma of Molecular Biology. 4.00 On