Adventist Health Study-2 is a new, large health research study of Seventh-day Adventists in the U.S. and Canada.
The Desert Sierra Cancer Surveillance Program is one of ten regional cancer registries that operate as independent units of the California Cancer Registry (CCR).
Adventist Health Air Pollution (AHSMOG) Study.
Asian Leadership Training for Tobacco Control Research
Welcome to the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Population Medicine. Although, the science of epidemiology began with investigating infectious disease outbreaks, the modern epidemiologist is also concerned with heart disease, cancer, stroke, and injuries.
Epidemiologic surveillance and research incorporates use of statistical techniques and an understanding of environmental, genetic, and social characteristics important in disease development progression and spread.
Students in biostatistics, epidemiology and population medicine are prepared to participate in projects such as population surveys that evaluate the health status of a particular community, studies that determine the relationship between disease and other factors, and clinical trials that evaluate the safety and effectiveness of certain new drugs or other treatments.