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Introduction to Gene Expression UAMx

This is an introductory course aimed to refresh some of the key concepts that you'll need to follow the "Gene Expression" master course.
La inscripción en este curso es por invitación únicamente

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Luis del Peso

I'm Associate Professor at the UAM Department of Biochemistry where I have both teaching and research duties. Regarding research, my group is focused on the study of the regulation of gene expression by hypoxia with the long term goal of exploiting the knowledge in this field to better understand pathologies that course with hypoxia including cardiovascular and respiratory diseases and cancer. We approach this research problem by a combination of computational, molecular and cellular biology techniques. As regards of teaching, I'm currently teaching the following undergraduate and master courses: "Bioinformatics and Systems Biology", "Programming Tools for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology", "Applied Statistics" and "Gene Expression".

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to buy a textbook?

No, a free online version of Chemistry: Principles, Patterns, and Applications, First Edition by Bruce Averill and Patricia Eldredge will be available, though you can purchase a printed version (published by FlatWorld Knowledge) if you’d like.

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