K.G. Jebsen Center for Genetic Epidemiology
The overall aim of the K.G. Jebsen Center for Genetic Epidemiology is to better understand human health and disease by studying genomic variation in populations. The center primarily works on the translational axis between population-based and laboratory-based research.
The center formalize collaborations between four strong local research groups and a world leading team of international collaborators at the interface of medicine, epidemiology, genetics, applied statistics, bioinformatics and system biology.
Young scientist of the month
May 2019: Ben Brumpton
Ben´s research involves understanding the genetics of complex traits and diseases and the use of genetic data within epidemiological frameworks to make causal inference. His methodologies are Genetic Epidemiology and Mendelian Randomization.
- High BMI increases the risk of psoriasis (Norwegian)
- Atrial fibrillation affected by genes (Norwegian)
- Return of results (Norwegian)
- Gene expression in psoriasis (Norwegian)
- Using HUNT to study disease-causing genetic variation
- Are your smoking genes also to blame for your drinking? (Norwegian)
- Surprising results in study of atrial fibrillation