11. Genetic Epidemiology

Genetic Epidemiology is the think about of how genes affect health and illness in families and communities, and how genes interact with environmental factors. Genetic epidemiology may be a field of science that focuses on the study of how genes affect human characteristics, such as human health and disease. In many cases, genetic interactions with the environment are measured. Geneticists want to understand the causes, dissemination and control of genetic illnesses and the many causes of hereditary infection in humans.
Genetic Epidemiology is the study of genetics that freely or in combination with genetic variables contribute to the chance of disease. Genetic epidemiology uses a variety of research projects that combine family and demographic methods to explore the chance of the infection. The department's technology uses genetic epidemiology techniques to investigate hereditary inclination and hereditary intuitive with regard to cancer, cardiovascular disease, obstetrics and gynecology, and other.

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