Molecular Epidemiology, Genomics, Environment, and Health
The Molecular Epidemiology, Genomics, Environment and Health (MEGEH) Center is an interdisciplinary and translational research center that conducts multiple programs in genetics, neurobiology, environmental science, and human health.
Our scientists use "systems science" to develop integrative approaches that better define disease states and states of wellness and susceptibility to disorders and disease. Working together, we help to devise medical, psychosocial, and public health interventions and policies that promote the implementation of personalized and preventive medicine.
- Personalized and preventive medicine
- Mental and behavioral health etiology, interventions, and policy
- Public health policies
- Treatment and public health interventions
- Disease and wellness
- Health care outcomes
- Translational research
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At a congressional briefing on mental health and drug abuse, Diana Fishbein, Ph.D., a senior fellow in behavioral neuros... Read more »