prospective epidemiology

prospective epidemiology

A study over time of a cohort of persons who share a feature of clinical or other interest–eg, HTN, exposure to an environmental toxin, etc; the population is compared to a parallel population presumed not to be exposed to the same factor
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reported results for 2 disease-free cohorts [7915 men and women from the FINRISK97 population and 2551 men from the Belfast Prospective Epidemiology Study of Myocardial Infarction (PRIME)], in which 30 novel biomarkers from different pathophysiological pathways were evaluated (5).
Plasma selenium and risk of dysglycemia in an elderly French population: results from the prospective Epidemiology of Vascular Ageing (EVA) study.
Theme Title Theme leader 1 Follow-up of major intervention Prof Alan Lucas trials in pregnancy and early life Medical Research Council, Institute Of Child Health, London UK 2 Prospective epidemiology Prof Jorn Olsen University of Aarhus, Denmark 3 Animal, cell and molecular studies Prof Michael Symonds University of Nottingham, UK 4 Consumer attitudes Dr Monique Raats Food, Consumer Behaviour & Health Research Centre, University of Surrey, UK 5 Economic/public health impact studies Prof Rudiger von Kries University of Munich, Germany 6 Demonstration studies Dr Monserrat Rivero Ordesa, Barcelona, Spain
This request for applications invites applications for prospective epidemiology studies using validated measures of subclinical disease to study the natural history of cardiovascular disease associated with long-term exposure to ambient particulate matter and copollutants.

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