Public Health Genomics Population Health Sciences 810-888 Spring 2020, 1 Credit
Tuesday 5:30-6:30 pm ∙ HSLC 3110A
The field of public health genomics merges the study of human genetics with the practice of medicine and its application to public health. Knowledge gained from genomic research, considered in an ethical, legal, and social implication context, is applied to disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, through the enactment of health services, programs, and policies.
Want to learn more about this course? Please contact Patrice Held (email@example.com) or Corinne Engelman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
*For undergraduates wishing to enroll, please send us an email and include your student ID number, along with your year in study
This post was authored by Katie Bleier on 11/04/2019.