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Keystone Fellows Present Translational Science on Health Disparities at 2017 HDEART Workshop

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The 2017 HDEART Workshop in Houston, TX hosted three of our Keystone Fellows this year, who presented research on health disparities:  KSF 2013 Dr. Digna Velez Edwards (Vanderbilt University), “Evaluating the Role of Race and Ancestry in Complex Disease Using Electronic Health Record Data”; KSF 2016 Dr. Lindsey Trevino (Baylor College of Medicine), “Early Life Environmental Exposures, Epigenetics, and Health Disparities”; and KSF 2015 Dr. Amol Kulkarni (Howard University), “Preclinical Drug Development for Inflammation-Associated Disorders.”  DAC member Dr. Rick Kittles, also presented his research on “Ancestry, Health and Disease: Placing Genetic Susceptibility into Context.”

Keystone Symposia is a partner of the HDEART Consortium.

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Irelene Rickshttp://keystonesymposia.org
Director of Diversity, Life Sciences Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology
 

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