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*  Public health genomics
HUGENet, or Human Genome Epidemiology Network, which was initiated by the CDC, is accomplishing the integration of this type of ... al., MJ (2003). Human Genome Epidemiology: A Scientific Foundation for Using Genetic Information to Improve Health and Prevent ... Continued research will be needed to determine the epidemiology of H5N1 infection and whether genetic, behavioral, immunologic ...
*  Psychiatric epidemiology
... is a field which studies the causes (etiology) of mental disorders in society, as well as ... It is a subfield of the more general epidemiology. It has roots in sociological studies of the early 20th century. However, ... Psychiatric Epidemiology: Searching for the Causes of Mental Disorders. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006. Verhulst, ... A combination of family and molecular studies are used within psychiatric epidemiology to uncover the effects of genetics on ...
*  Marginal structural model
"Marginal Structural Models and Causal Inference in Epidemiology" (PDF). Epidemiology. 11 (5): 550-60. doi:10.1097/00001648- ... Marginal structural models are a class of statistical models used for causal inference in epidemiology. Such models handle the ...
*  Craig Newschaffer
Newschaffer holds a bachelor's degree in biology from Boston University (1984) and a PhD in chronic disease epidemiology from ... Newschaffer serves as associate editor of the American Journal of Epidemiology. With regard to the causes of autism, ... as well as a professor of epidemiology at the Drexel University School of Public Health and a professor of psychology at Drexel ... Johns Hopkins University (1996). Newschaffer was formerly assistant professor of epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg ...
*  Epidemiology
... "molecular epidemiology". Specifically, "genetic epidemiology" has been used for epidemiology of germline genetic variation and ... "An Introduction to Epidemiology, Fifth Edition". Chapter 2: Historic Developments in Epidemiology. Jones and Bartlett ... This question, sometimes referred to as specific causation, is beyond the domain of the science of epidemiology. Epidemiology ... Szklo M, Nieto FJ (2002). "Epidemiology: beyond the basics", Aspen Publishers. Robertson LS (2015). Injury Epidemiology: Fourth ...
*  Cognitive epidemiology
... is a field of research that examines the associations between intelligence test scores (IQ scores or ... Among the findings of cognitive epidemiology is that men with a higher IQ have less risk of dying from coronary heart disease. ... Deary, IJ (2009). "Introduction to the special issue on cognitive epidemiology". Intelligence. 37 (6): 517-519. doi:10.1016/j. ... Outline of human intelligence Deary, IJ; Batty, GD (2007). "Cognitive epidemiology". J. Epidemiol. Community Health. 61: 378- ...
*  Incidence (epidemiology)
Play media Incidence in epidemiology is a measure of the probability of occurrence of a given medical condition in a population ... Modern Epidemiology. ISBN 9780781755641 ISBN 0781755646>"incidence rate" at Dorland's Medical Dictionary Last, John M., ed. ( ... 2001). A Dictionary of Epidemiology (4 ed.). New York, NY: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-514169-5. Coggon D, Rose G, ... Barker DJ (1997). "Quantifying diseases in populations". Epidemiology for the Uninitiated (4th ed.). BMJ. ISBN 0-7279-1102-3. ...
*  Social epidemiology
While epidemiology is "the study of the distribution and determinants of states of health in populations", social epidemiology ... ISBN 978-0-19-537790-3. Krieger, N (2001). "A glossary for social epidemiology". Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health. 55 ... it has been proposed to integrate molecular pathological epidemiology into social epidemiology. For example, questions of ... Social epidemiology can therefore address any health outcome, including chronic disease, infectious disease, mental health, and ...
*  Epidemiology (Community)
"Epidemiology" at NBC.com "Epidemiology" on IMDb "Epidemiology" at TV.com "Epidemiology" at TV Tropes. ... "Epidemiology" is the sixth episode of the second season of the American comedy television series Community, and the 31st ... In its original American broadcast, "Epidemiology" reached approximately 5.635 million households with a 2.4 rating/7% share in ... Gandert, Sean (October 29, 2010). "Community Review: "Epidemiology" (2.6)". Paste Magazine. Retrieved October 30, 2010. " ...
*  Forensic epidemiology
Law and epidemiology: Misinterpretation of epidemiologic information in claims for asbestos-related diseases. OA Epidemiology ... The term Forensic Epidemiology was first associated with the investigation of bioterrorism in 1999, and coined by Dr. Ken ... At the present time FE is more widely known and described as the systematic application of epidemiology to disputed issues of ... After the US Anthrax attacks of 2001 the CDC defined forensic epidemiology as a means of investigating possible acts of ...
*  Vector (epidemiology)
In epidemiology, a disease vector is any agent that carries and transmits an infectious pathogen into another living organism; ... 2001). A Dictionary of Epidemiology. New York: Oxford University Press. p. 185. ISBN 978-0-19-514169-6. OCLC 207797812. Roberts ...
*  Nutritional epidemiology
... is a relatively new field of medical research that studies the relationship between nutrition and ... Michels K B (2003). "Nutritional epidemiology-past, present, future". Retrieved 23 November 2010. ... which may partly explain why nutrition has received less attention than other risk factors for disease in epidemiology. ...
*  Spatial epidemiology
... hierarchical modeling in spatial epidemiology CRC Press Andrew B. Lawson (2006) Statistical Methods in Spatial Epidemiology. ... Spatial epidemiology is a subfield of health geography focused on the study of the spatial distribution of health outcomes. ... Specifically, spatial epidemiology is concerned with the description and examination of disease and its geographic variations. ... Data availability and quality Since spatial epidemiology is almost entirely based on the analysis of data and its various ...
*  Lagging (epidemiology)
In epidemiology, lagging (or exposure lagging) means excluding the exposure in a time period before registration of an outcome ... Page 301 in: Modern epidemiology. Authors: Kenneth J. Rothman, Sander Greenland, Timothy L. Lash. Edition: 3, illustrated. ...
*  Landscape epidemiology
Tele-epidemiology Kitron, U. "Landscape Ecology and Epidemiology of Vector-Borne Diseases: Tools for Spatial Analysis." Journal ... Landscape epidemiology draws some of its roots from the field of landscape ecology. Just as the discipline of landscape ecology ... Pavlovsky, E.N. Natural Nidality of Transmissible Diseases, With Special Reference to the Landscape Epidemiology of ... Galuzo, I.G. "Landscape Epidemiology (epizootiology)." Advances in Veterinary Science & Comparative Medicine. 1975(19):73-96. ...
*  Sleep epidemiology
... epidemiology, economics, biology, and mathematics Stanford Journal of Sleep Epidemiology [1] Epidemiology Sleep Jane E Ferrie, ... Sleep epidemiology is an emerging branch of the discipline of epidemiology. It is a growing field of scientific enquiry, with ... Epidemiology of Sleep Disturbances and Cardiovascular Consequences. Can J Cardiol. 2015 Mar 12. pii: S0828-282X(15)00200-7 ... Sleep epidemiology has provided evidence for the association between sleep and various diseases, particularly metabolic and ...
*  Environmental epidemiology
... is a branch of epidemiology concerned with the discovery of the environmental exposures that ... Epidemiology International Epidemiological Association Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology Epidemiology ... Environmental epidemiology studies external factors that affect the incidence, prevalence, and geographic range of health ... 2008). Environmental Epidemiology: Study Methods and Application. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-852792-3. ...
*  Molecular epidemiology
... is a branch of epidemiology and medical science that focuses on the contribution of potential genetic ... The term "molecular epidemiology" was first coined by Kilbourne in a 1973 article entitled "The molecular epidemiology of ... "What is Molecular Epidemiology?". Molecular Epidemiology Homepage. University of Pittsburgh. 28 July 1998. Retrieved 15 January ... While most molecular epidemiology studies are using conventional disease designation system for an outcome (with the use of ...
*  Epidemiology (journal)
It is the official journal of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). In 2011, Epidemiology had an ... Epidemiology was founded by Ken Rothman in 1990. Allen Wilcox has been Editor-in-Chief since 2001. Its editorial offices are in ... Epidemiology is a bi-monthly, peer-reviewed journal for epidemiologic research, published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. The ... Missing or empty ,url= (help); ,access-date= requires ,url= (help) Kenneth Rothman Reproductive Epidemiology Group. ...
*  Endemic (epidemiology)
In epidemiology, an infection is said to be endemic (from Greek ἐν en "in, within" and δῆμος demos "people") in a population ... Epidemic Infectious disease Pandemic Mathematical modelling in epidemiology Syndemic. ...
*  Managerial epidemiology
... differs from clinical epidemiology in that it addresses the concerns of management. For example, ... An important distinction can be drawn between population epidemiology and clinical epidemiology. If the US health care system ... Several formal definitions have been proposed for managerial epidemiology. These include: The use of epidemiology for designing ... Another distinction between clinical epidemiology and managerial epidemiology is that while clinical epidemiologists test the ...
*  Evolutionary epidemiology
Whereas evolutionary epidemiology focuses on the spread of diseases, Darwinian medicine focuses more on the individual patient ... Evolutionary epidemiology consists in simultaneously analysing how parasites spread and evolve. Paul W. Ewald (6 January 1994 ... 8-. ISBN 978-0-19-534519-3. Darwinian medicine and evolutionary epidemiology are complementary in several ways. ...
*  Occupational epidemiology
... is a subdiscipline of epidemiology that focuses on investigations of workers and the workplace. ... Occupational epidemiology methods are common to methods used in environmental epidemiology. Occupational hazards have long been ... "Occupational Epidemiology". Retrieved 2017-07-30. Occupational Epidemiology and the National Institute for Occupational Safety ... There are several examples from the 19th century onwards of hazard recognition proceeding to systematic epidemiology studies. ...
*  E-epidemiology
... (also known as Digital Epidemiology) is the science underlying the acquisition, maintenance and application of ... Epidemiology Mathematical Modelling in Epidemiology World Community Grid HealthMap Brownstein, John S.; Freifeld, Clark C.; ... E-epidemiology also refers to the large-scale epidemiological studies that are increasingly conducted through distributed ... Miquel Porta (2014) A dictionary of epidemiology, 6th edn, New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199976737. MEB.ki.se - ...
*  Epidemiology (disambiguation)
Epidemiology may also refer to: Epidemiology (journal) Epidemiology (Community), Community TV episode. ... Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and patterns of health-events, health-characteristics and their causes or ...