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Teach Me in 10 – Microbial Epigenomics With Dr Pedro Oliveira

Video   Jul 02, 2020

 

In this instalment of Teach Me in 10, we're joined by Dr Pedro Oliveira, Senior Scientist at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, whose scientific interests center on the bioinformatics, comparative genomics and epigenomics of bacteria, particularly the interplay between methylation, gene flux and chromosome organization. In just 10 minutes, he teaches us about his use of third generation sequencing technologies to boost the field of epigenomics. 


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