Course ID Course Name Semester Time | Day
EPID 645 Public Health Genomics Spring 5:30-8:20 | M

This course provides an overview on the influence of genetic and environmental factors and their role in population health. Students will learn fundamental concepts in genetics and genomics, including advances in genomic technologies, and examine the challenges of integrating genetic and genomic technologies into clinical practice and public health and the impact of such applications on society. Learning approaches will include didactic lectures, case studies, readings, practical activities and an exploration of genomic test results.

Terms: Spring | Credits: 3 | Grading: A-F

Schedule for EPID 645

January thru May || Mon 5:30 PM – 8:20 PM (biennial)

Instructor

Elizabeth C. Prom-Wormley, Ph.D., M.P.H.

Elizabeth C. Prom-Wormley, Ph.D., M.P.H.

Elizabeth C. Prom-Wormley, Ph.D., M.P.H.
Assistant Professor
My research focuses on Genetic epidemiology, Twin Study, Genetic association, Mental health, Smoking, and Community-engaged research.