Mexico Project, Final Presentation

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I spent January 2011 in Cuernavaca, Mexico and worked on a project to model the Notch and JAK/STAT signaling pathways. This is part of one presentation, which I gave in Spanish.

This is my final presentation after my stay in Cuernavaca, Mexico during January 2010 (MIT's IAP period, when you are given a month to do whatever you want) where I was working with Dr. Fernando Ramos. It mostly focuses on applications and explaining basics to the biologists who were interested in developing computational models for their research on cervical cancer.

-biafra

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