This book covers some of the most novel genetic and genomic concepts in epidemiology, such as geospatial statistics and systems biology from a clinical point of view by explaining molecular applications with accessible human studies. Featuring a comprehensive table of contents, it includes chapters from genomics and epidemiology surveillance to transcriptomics and alternative splicing principles.
Across 17 well-organized chapters, this book meets attempt to explain easily to clinicians and students with basic principles of the genetics, genomics, molecular biology and its applications to epidemiology and public health. The text is distinct from other literature on the market because it covers useful genomic tools applied in epidemiology for clinicians who may not be experts in this branch of health science.
Principles of Genetics and Molecular Epidemiology demystifies the idea that biomedicine is far from being applied in both epidemiology and clinical practice.