Genes - Are They Key to Public Health?

SSPH+ PhD Program in Public Health / Swiss Tropical - and Public Health - Institute (Swiss TPH)
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27.11.2012  Basel, Switzerland
 
Course Content
This course provides an introduction into studying the genetic architecture of complex diseases and evaluates genomic research from a public health point of view.
Learning objectives, training objectives
By the end of this structured one-day course, students will gain understanding of how the contribution of genetic variation to the development of age-related non-communicable diseases is assessed.
Target Audience
Open to PhD students of SSPH+ public health program; other students and external participants are welcome to apply for limited spaces.
Certifications
SSPH+ Course Certificate
Local Organizer
SSPH+ PhD Program Public Health
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Sina Henrichs
 
Categories
Public Health
Duration
1 day
Languages
English
Credit Points
1 ECTS - Points
Fees
SSPH+ Students 0.— Other PhD students 150.— Other academics 425. — Others 625. —
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