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Stanford University

Molecular Foundations of Medicine

Stanford University via edX


The course consists of four sections, in a suggested order that is by no means required. For example, a news report may stimulate you to learn about CRISPR. If so, please feel free to skip to the “Molecular Techniques” tab, and go to the “CRISPR and Genome Editing” sub-tab. Some videos are best studied in sequence. Such videos appear as a single tab. For example, in the “Reading the Primary Literature” tab, a sub-tab labeled “Kaplan Meier” actually consists of two related videos, “Kaplan Meier Curves 1: How to Draw Them” and “Kaplan Meier Curves 2: How to Read Them”.

Taught by

Gilbert Chu


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  • As someone with prior intermediate to advanced knowledge of most topics covered in this audit-only course, the offering gave me an opportunity to review important concepts and to be introduced to some new ones. The primary means of instructional delivery...

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