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Mr Kevin Dobretz

Geneva University Hospitals, Geneva (Switzerland)

Kevin Dobretz is a research assistant in biology and bioinformatics in the team of Pr. Georg Ehret (HUG Geneva) with expertise in R programming and genomic analysis. He received his master in biology in 2007 at the faculty of sciences in Geneva. He was trained in bioinformatics, developmental and molecular biology when working on cnidarians regeneration processes in Dr. B. Galliot laboratory (Faculty of biology Geneva). He then worked as a teacher in Geneva while progressing in a bi-disciplinary master in mathematics (2011-2016 Faculty of mathematics Geneva). He’s now advancing his bachelor in informatics at the engineering school HEPIA (Geneva) following part time evening lessons.

Genomic analyses of all known putative familial hypercholesterolemia mutations showcase the value and limitations of public familial hypercholesterolemia mutation databases

Event: ESC CONGRESS 2020 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Lipids

Session: Risk Factors and Prevention ePosters


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