Genetic Epidemiology

The field of genetic epidemiology is defined by a convergence of approaches developed from traditional disease transmission research, population and family-based disease transmission studies, measurements, and, most importantly, bioinformatics. The research of quality and condition, as well as the examination of quality and condition collaboration, use explicit parts of these controls. Both quantitative and subjective features have the potential to be intriguing. Disease transmission research incorporates novel case-control, family, and population-based techniques, as well as genotyping from several sources.

  • Molecular Epidemiology
  • Statistical Genetics
  • Behavior genetics
  • Bioinformatics

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