Stephanie Engel Concepts and methods of genetic epidemiology relevant to the study of complex human diseases, including segregation analysis, linkage analysis, and gene-environment interaction. Genetic Epidemiology 36(5):451-462 PMID:22549815 PMCID:PMC3470705 Lenarcic AB , Svenson KL, Churchill GA, Valdar W (2012) A general Bayesian approach to analyzing diallel crosses of inbred strains. Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases (3) ... assistant professor in the Division of Pharmaceutical Outcomes and Policy at the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This is a NHLBI K99/R00 grant proposal, intended to promote my career as a post-doctoral fellow at the University of North Carolina, into independence as a genetic epidemiologist with a focus in obesity epigenetics. Kari North, PhD Department of Epidemiology & Carolina Center for Genome Studies Leader of the UNC Department of Epidemiologyâs CVD Genetic Epidemiology Computational â¦ 3 Credits. Genetics 190(2):413-435. His research on molecular and genetic epidemiology has employed population and community designs and has incorporated a range of environmental, household, lifestyle, and social factors. Genetic Epidemiology: Methods and Applications. Kari North, PhD, a professor in the Department of Epidemiology at the UNC Gillings School for Global Public Health, and Misa Graff, PhD, assistant professor in same department, are co-authors on the paper âGenetic Diversity Improves Our Understanding of Complex Trait Architecture,â which was published June 19 in Nature.North was the senior co-leader and oversaw the research and â¦ We anticipate that the proposed project, prepared by a multi-disciplinary team with expertise in CVD and metabolic epidemiology, nutritional biochemistry, metabolomics, bioinformatics, biostatistics, and genetics, will inform disease mechanisms, with strong potential for identifying biomarkers of CVD risk. Research Expertise: Genetic basis for increased risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes, dyslipidemia. Karen Mohlke, PhD Department of Genetics Leader of the Karen Mohlke Lab: Genetics of Complex Traits and Diseases. Associate Professor, Epidemiology UNC-Chapel Hill Phone: (919) 962-2756 Email: larry.engel(at)unc.edu Expertise: Molecular epidemiology, with an emphasis on environmental, occupational, and genetic factors, including cancer and non-cancer outcomes among persons exposed to oil spills, persistent organic pollutants. Three lecture hours a week. Fundamentals of Public Health Surveillance (3) EPID 751. EPID 743. Includes whole genome approaches, as well as nonhuman systems. Genetic Epidemiology: Methods and Applications (3) EPID 750. Dr. Juliano was invited to present recent research at the Genetic Epidemiology of Malaria Conference at the Sanger Institute in the United Kingdom on identifying genetic loci involved in chloroquine resistance in Plasmodium vivax (June 2014) and population genetics â¦ Education: PhD in Epidemiology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill : Chani Hodonsky is a genetic epidemiology PhD candidate focused on analysis of red blood cell traits for her dissertation work, especially in ancestrally diverse populations that are poorly represented in GWAS. Dr. North leads the UNC Department of Epidemiologyâs CVD Genetic Epidemiology Computational Laboratory, a collaborative assembly of faculty members, pre- and post-doctoral fellows, and staff members spanning UNC departments with collective expertise in both family- and population-based genetic epidemiological research.