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Diagnostics and prognostics of genetic arrhythmia syndromes.
Collaborative genetic analyses.
She co-leads influential genetic studies that transform national genetic testing guidelines.
Focus areas Identification of novel genetic variants with an effect on the risk of Alzheimer's disease through tests of association in a large late-onset Alzheimer's disease case-control series Evaluation of the effect of novel, puta...
Winham investigates genetic risk factors for ovarian cancer as well as genetic markers for outcome and response treatment.
Molecular studies of genetic abnormalities in clonal cells of light-chain amyloidosis.
., is a genetic epidemiologist whose research focuses on identifying molecular biomarkers of cardiovascular disease and associated risk factors, as well as understanding the role of genetic variants in drug response.
In this area, her interests include identification of additional genetic variation that can lead to immunodeficiency and understanding whether and how several separate genetic variants or nongenetic factors or both m...
Focus areas Enhancing the ethical implementation of prenatal genetic screening, including regard for the psychosocial impacts of prenatal genetic screening and patient education Assessing health disparities in access...
A key approach that the group uses to uncover genetic risk factors for bipolar disorder is to focus on more narrowly defined subtypes of the disorder, which are more likely to be influenced by a smaller set of genetic...
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