Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Improving Population Health Through Team Science and Training




In the News

May 2017

"The substantial variation in prescribing patterns of such extremely addictive medications for minor injuries results in many thousands of pills entering the community and places patients at an increased risk of continued use and potentially addiction," says lead author M. Kit Delgado, MD, MS

May 2017

Cigarette smokers may boost their risk of clogged heart arteries by weakening a gene that otherwise protects these important blood vessels, researchers have found. "This has been one of the first big steps towards solving the complex puzzle of gene-environment interactions that lead to coronary heart disease," said study lead author Danish Saleheen, PhD.

May 2017

Can we dramatically increase the supply of transplant kidneys by using some that are hepatitis C infected, then eradicating the disease in the recipient? Peter Reese, MD, MSCE, and David S. Goldberg, MD, MSCE, report via early data that the answer appears to be yes.

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How can we answer and anticipate the pressing health issues we face together as a society? At the CCEB we rise to that challenge through research and training in epidemiology and in biostatistics. We solve problems facing patients and populations. MORE