stuart kim

Professor, Stanford University
Stanford, California United States

Educator Bio

I have been teaching Genetics at Stanford University since 1989. My research interests are in the genetics of aging/longevity and sports injuries.

Course Info

The sequencing of the human genome, followed by the related HapMap project, and the explosive number of genome-wide association studies conducted over the last several years, have heralded a new era of genetics and medicine. The potential of genetics and genomics to provide new paradigms for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease is immense, but before the vision of a personalized medicine can be fully realized, medical trainees must be given the proper educational foundation.

Courses Names: Gene 210: Personlized Medicine and Genomics


Undergraduate Graduate Medical School

How to do a GWAS

Conduct a class Genome-Wide Association Study for bitter taste using these instructions that include a…