(November 29, 2011) Thomas Quertermous explores how genetics influence cardiovascular diseases and how much risk heritability presents as opposed to behavior.
This course is a single-quarter, focused follow-up to the the yearlong Mini Med School that occurred in 2009-10. The course focuses on diseases of the heart and cardiovascular system. The course is sponsored by Stanford Continuing Studies and the Stanford Medical School.
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Stanford University School of Medicine
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