Module - Introductory Coding for Medicine in Person


In this introductory coding camp, you will -

  • help mushroom hunters stay away from poisonous mushrooms,
  • learn to identify living organisms from their sequences and be introduced to the "google" for DNA data,
  • code in Python programming language,
  • see how coding helps in modern biology and medicine,
  • download the DNA sequence of SARS-CoV-2 coronovirus from public databases,
  • develop computer algorithms to analyze DNA and protein sequences.

Skills You Acquire

This hands on module introduces you to the Python programming language through a series of problem solving exercises. Additionally, you learn the basics of the Linux operating system, a set of programs to analyze biological data, sources of publicly available genomic data and NCBI BLAST search engine for DNA sequences.


None. Limited to advanced middle schoolers and high schoolers.

Class Style

The classes will be conducted in person at the Bellevue College.


1. Jul 8-12 (10AM-3PM PST)


$525 (Bring a friend and earn an additional *shared* 10% discount (5% each person))


Class Description

Sessions Topics
Day 1 NCBI BLAST (search engine for DNA and protein sequences), Introduction to Python - variables, code structure, lists, loops and conditional statements
Day 2 Writing small programs in Python and find patterns in DNA sequence, Python dictionary
Day 3-5 Problem solving and project on SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.


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