Humanity has always sought to understand its behavior, to explain its personality. Religions or other moral-ethical belief systems have established paradigms throughout history, which can explain certain behavioral traits of certain societies and in certain contexts,...
Debora Pino García, obtained her degree in Biochemistry issued by the Complutense University of Madrid. Since her graduation, she has actively continued her studies. She is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Bioinformatics at the European University. In parallel, Debora is an asset in the area of development and research at 24Genetics; one of the largest genetics companies in Europe. In addition to her studies, she has completed several courses on neuroscience, bioinformatics and genomic and/or transcriptomic data analysis.
AREAS OF FOCUS
Complutense University of Madrid
Degree in Biochemistry
Fundamentals of Neuroscience. Neurons and networks - HarvardX
Fundamentals of Neuroscience. The brain - HarvardX
Fundamentals of Neuroscience. The electrical properties of the neuron - HarvardX
Bioinformatics Teaching Conference - University of Granada:
An overview of machine learning workflow for biological applications.
Learn R for RNA expression analysis.
Introduction to the application of regression techniques in R.
What do we mean by personalized and precision medicine? Precision medicine is an emerging approach to disease treatment and prevention that considers the variability between people, both genetically and in the individual's environment and lifestyle. This...
Our blog always tries to be informative and approachable, and we write it with the aim of making it simple and understandable for any reader. On this occasion, we have allowed ourselves to be a little more technical in order to explain certain fundamentals of genetic...
Effects of the sun on the skin The exposure of our skin to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun, and the absorption of this ultraviolet energy, causes changes in our body's chemical, hormonal and neuronal signals, which have subsequent effects on immune cells and...
What is obesity? Obesity is defined as an abnormal or excessive accumulation of fat that can be detrimental to health (1). Among the different methods for measuring and classifying obesity, the body mass index (BMI) is the most widely used. BMI is calculated by...
What is mental health? Mental health is so broad and encompasses so many factors and areas of study that it is difficult to give a brief, clear and concise definition. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) definition, "mental health is a state of well-being...
Within the world of oncology, breast cancer is perhaps one of the best-known cancers, possibly because it is the most diagnosed cancer in the world (1). Population ageing, one of the main consequences of the welfare society, or the greater prevalence of risk factors...