Genetic Epidemiology

Genetic epidemiology examines the effect of genetic variation on a disease or a health-related outcome. Since 2007, genome wide association studies have been widely used to detect associations between genetic variants and a disease or a health-related outcome in populations. It has facilitated a wide range of discoveries in the genetic epidemiology field. Genetic epidemiology is used in a large amount of the applied research in the MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit (IEU) and throughout Population Health Sciences at the University of Bristol Medical School.

Dates 22 - 28 November 2023
Fee £1,100
Format Online
Audience Open to all applicants (prerequisites apply)

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This course aims to provide a grounding in a wide range of cutting-edge genetic epidemiological methods for complex traits.

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The course contains a vast amount of information, providing a comprehensive overview of the forefront areas in genetic epidemiology. The practical materials are meticulously prepared.

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Find out about the self-paced Materials & Recordings version of this course [UoB only].

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