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Population Sciences Branch

The Population Studies Branch formulates a global view of both the natural history and future trends related to heart, lung, blood, and sleep disorders, taking advantage of the thousands of participants in the Framingham Heart Study as well as other population cohorts. The Branch takes a comprehensive approach towards an understanding of these disorders, combining classical epidemiology and longitudinal studies with state-of-the-art genetic and “omic” technologies (proteomics and metabolomics, as well as transcriptomics). Through this combined approach, the Branch seeks to identify molecular signatures of disease phenotypes in the population setting.



Our Branch

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Daniel Levy
Director, Framingham Heart Study
Population Sciences Branch


P: +1 508 935 3458
levyd@nih.gov

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Caroline Fox
Senior Investigator
Population Sciences Branch


P: 508-935-3447
F: 508-872-2678
caroline.fox@nih.gov


Last Updated: February 10, 2014