A comprehensive review of preeclampsia genetics found important patterns among more than 500 significant genes. Among the insights is that different manifestations of the disease have distinct genetic underpinnings. The researchers plan to make their data freely searchable later this year.
As part of the Epidemiology Department's Seminar Series,Birgit G. Claus Henn, SD, MPH, Research Associate, Harvard School of Public Health, will present “The Triad of Metals, Mixtures, and Exposure Timing in Relation to Child Development.” Please join us on Monday, February 24th, from 2:30-3:30 PM at 121 S. Main St., Room 245.
As part of the Epidemiology Department's Seminar Series, Jennifer Weuve, ScD, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Rush Institute for Healthy Aging will present “Do Exposures to Environmental Toxicants Age Us? The example of air pollution, cognitive decline, and physical disability.” Please join us on Friday, March 6th, from 12:00-1:00 PM at 121 S. Main St., Room 245.