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Debora Pino García

ABSTRACT

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

  • Biochemistry
  • Neuroscience
  • Bioinformatics

EDUCATION

MASTER

European University

Bioinformatics

GRADUATE

Complutense University of Madrid

Degree in Biochemistry

 

COURSES

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.

Genetics and sport injuries

Genetics and sport injuries

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Genetics and breast cancer

Genetics and breast cancer

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Lung cancer and genetics

Lung cancer and genetics

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The influence of genetics on celiac disease

The influence of genetics on celiac disease

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Lynch syndrome and genetic inheritance

Lynch syndrome and genetic inheritance

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Is neuroblastoma hereditary?

Is neuroblastoma hereditary?

There are different types of cancerous tumors, depending on several aspects: where they develop, the causes, the tissue they affect, etc. In this case, we will talk about neuroblastoma, a cancer in immature nerve cells found in different body parts.  It's a malignant...

Colorectal cancer and genetics

Colorectal cancer and genetics

Genetics is an essential factor in the development of colorectal cancer. A large number of genes may influence each person's predisposition to develop this disease at some point in his or their life. In addition, these genes may also be involved in developing other...

Myasthenia gravis and genetics

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