Research

The Division performs research in two broad areas: clinical epidemiology/outcomes research and biostatistics/genetic epidemiology.

Clinical epidemiology faculty interests

  • Outcomes assessment measures
  • Evaluation of health intervention studies
  • Epidemiology of occupational diseases
  • Medical informatics
  • Evaluation of educational and community interventions
  • Cost effectiveness analysis,
  • Risk prediction
  • Patient communication
  • Treatment in prognostic issues related to antithrombotic therapy

Biostatistics/genetic epidemiology faculty interests

  • Novel statistical methods for classification
  • Analysis of complex data sets such as those derived from gene chips
  • Use of genetic polymorphisms

GMS faculty collaborate with investigators from many divisions and departments to aid in study design and data analysis to answer a wide variety of patient-oriented questions.

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