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The American Society of Human Genetics…November 01, 2023
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Two students in Case Western Reserve University’s Master of Public Health program—Samyukta Dore and Ian Zonfa—…August 08, 2022
Led by Dr. Erika Trapl of the Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences, Case Western Reserve University’s Prevention Research Center for Healthy…July 15, 2022
Three faculty in CWRU's Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences who are focused on the genetics of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) in individuals with…May 13, 2022
Thomas E. Love, PhD, was elected as the 2023 Chair-Elect of the…April 13, 2022
The virus is still capable of evolving, recombining, and developing a new branch of its family tree, said Cameron.
As the CNBC reporter notes: …April 06, 2022
This is our first big emergency where genomics is actually available, and it can be hugely helpful. This is our first big display of what genomics could do…March 31, 2022
While COVID-18 case counts are low, that could be because people aren’t reporting their positive home tests. There’s also Ohio's vaccination rate to consider…March 31, 2022
Any unvaccinated individual risks a moderate to severe course of COVID-19, even children, especially if they have other health issues.