Department of Epidemiology Spring 2022 Seminar Series: Todd Edwards

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"Applying Polygenic Scores to Association and Prediction Studies Using Electronic Health Records" 

Todd Edwards, PhD 
Vanderbilt University Medical Center 
Associate Professor, Division of Epidemiology 
Associate Director, Vanderbilt Genetics Institute 
Director of Graduate Studies, Human Genetics 
Director, VUMC TL1 Training Program 

The Epidemiology Seminar Series at the UAB School of Public Health brings together the academic community by sharing diverse epidemiological research by speakers from the Department of Epidemiology as well as other divisions and departments at UAB, local and state health departments, or invited guests from other national and occasionally international institutes. The overall objective of the epidemiology seminar series is to create a forum for scientific dialogue on current topics in epidemiology among students, staff, faculty, and practicing professionals in epidemiology. This seminar series will be an opportunity for everyone to learn about each other's ongoing work and areas of expertise, and to identify opportunities for potential collaboration.

Monday, April 4 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

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