This course enables students to understand epigenetic mechanisms and critically evaluate reports of the emerging environmental origin of epigenetic disease and developmental problems relevant to public health, including cancer, aging, metabolic syndrome, reproductive health, in utero and transgenerational exposures. Prerequisite/Restriction: Admission to the Master of Public Health program

Dates Spring 2019 | 1/7/19 - 5/1/19
Credits 2.0
Delivery Online
Meyer-Ficca, Mirella
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