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The evolution of public health genomics: Exploring its past, present, and future

Molster, C.M., Bowman, F.L., Bilkey, G.A., Cho, A.S., Burns, B.L., Nowak, K.J. and Dawkins, H.J.S. (2018) The evolution of public health genomics: Exploring its past, present, and future. Frontiers in Public Health, 6 .

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Abstract

Public health genomics has evolved to responsibly integrate advancements in genomics into the fields of personalized medicine and public health. Appropriate, effective and sustainable integration of genomics into healthcare requires an organized approach. This paper outlines the history that led to the emergence of public health genomics as a distinguishable field. In addition, a range of activities are described that illustrate how genomics can be incorporated into public health practice. Finally, it presents the evolution of public health genomics into the new era of “precision public health.”

Publication Type: Journal Article
Murdoch Affiliation: Sir Walter Murdoch School of Public Policy and International Affairs
Publisher: Frontiers Media
Copyright: © 2018 Molster, Bowman, Bilkey, Cho, Burns, Nowak and Dawkins.
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/42045
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