Translational Epidemiology: Entering a Brave New World of Team Science
Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine; UMass Metabolic Network
Epidemiology | Genomics | Molecular Biology | Translational Medical Research
Translational epidemiology is the study of risk factors and diseases in large populations, harnessing the power of modern phenotyping, including large-scale omics approaches. In this review, we comment on the power and limitations of modern molecular translational epidemiology and suggest collaborative team science as a specific avenue to secure its existence in the next era of genomic research.
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Citation: Circ Res. 2016 Oct 28;119(10):1060-1062. Link to article on publisher's site
Shah, Ravi; Pico, Alexander R.; and Freedman, Jane E., "Translational Epidemiology: Entering a Brave New World of Team Science" (2016). UMass Metabolic Network Publications. 25.