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Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology


LLFS : Long Life - FamilyStudy

Longitudinal study of families from the U.S. and Denmark with multiple members who have reached an very old age. Siblings are enrolled together with their children, cousins and spouses. 
| 2008-2024 | Project description |


Functional Genomics of Aging-related Traits and Diseases - A Powerful Multi-omics Study of Twins

By applying discordant monozygotic twin design to we will explore the contribution of genetic epigenetic and transcriptomic signatures to mortality, aging-related traits and age-related diseases in twins.
| 2021-2024 | Project description |


Genetics and Epigenetics - Aging and Longevity

Study on the association between variation in the genome, epigenome and transcriptome associated with longevity and age-related traits. We use DNA from middle-aged and older twins, combined with survey data regarding a variety of traits related to health and functional capacity.
| 2019-2022 | Project description |


IGEMS: Interplay of Genes and Environment across Multiple Studies

The consortium is an international collaboration involving twin researchers from Europe, USA, and Australia. IGEMS includes data from fifteen longitudinal twin studies of adult development and aging.
| 2014-2023 | Project description |


Pleiotropic genetic effects on cognitive performance

PhD Project: The aim is to introduce and perform the first multivariate GWAS on cognitive performances in old age twins, in search of genetic variants that are pleiotropic for different domains of cognition and domain-specific genetic variants. 
| 2018-2021 | Project description |


Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Biodemography
J.B. Winslows Vej 9b, ground floor 
DK-5000 Odense C

For further information:

Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology

Professor Qihua Tan
Phone: +45 6550 3536
E-mail: qtan@health.sdu.dk

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Associate Professor and Biobank Manager 
Jonas Mengel-From
Phone: 6550 4130
E-mail: jmengel-from@health.sdu.dk

www.sdu.dk/EBB

EBB - Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Biodemography Department of Public Health University of Southern Denmark
  • J.B. Winsløws Vej 9
  • Odense C - DK-5000
  • Phone: +45 6550 3029

Last Updated 15.04.2021