Centre for translational research in Epidemiology (TRACE)

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Centre for translational research in Epidemiology (TRACE) is based on the epidemiological-statistical environment at IGS. The field of epidemiology has developed radically in recent years, partly due to developments in large-scale data analysis and genetics in addition to causal theory for observational data. The centre wants to take the development a step further by establishing new collaborative constellations that involve researchers with a background in biomedicine, bioinformatics, clinic in addition to epidemiology and medical statistics. Researchers in these fields have traditionally had different approaches to issues of causality, biological insight and relevance. The centre works to provide funding for innovative and integrated research across these disciplines to solve current issues.

Contact: Professor Tone Bjørge

TRACE Seminars spring 2023
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TRACE Seminars spring 2023

The aims of the TRACE seminars are to provide knowledge into the field of translational research in epidemiology and provide a more robust understanding of the causal mechanisms behind non-communicable diseases (NCDs). The seminars are organized as monthly meetings.