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Centre for Translational Epidemiology (TrEpi)

In view of the total global burden of non-communicable diseases, there is an unmet need for novel strategies for prevention and treatment.

Based on our innovative translational methodology, the Centre aims at discovering significant causal relations from big registry and biomedical data that lead to new biological insight.

Contact person: Professor Tone Bjørge

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Background

In view of the total global burden of non-communicable diseases, there is an unmet need for novel strategies for prevention and treatment. Based on our innovative translational methodology, the Centre aims at discovering significant causal relations.

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Research goals

The primary and secondary research goals of our Centre are to Develop the novel translational framework by using large amounts of complex data from national registries and databases.

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Partners and people

The research environment at the University of Bergen within the field of Translational Epidemiology is unique, and makes the team of principle investigators ideal for this interdisciplinary research project.

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This is a proposed Centre of Excellence – Senter for fremragende forskning – from the University of Bergen.