Description: Lecture, two hours. Requisites: course 100 or 200A, and Biostatistics 100A, or Public Health 200A and 200B; and Biostatistics 100B, or equivalent, or consent of instructor. Introduction to concepts and methods for studying lifecourse determinants of health and disease. Consideration of how exposures at one stage of human lifespan influence health outcomes at multiple life stages. Analytical approaches to research on lifecourse determinants of health. S/U or letter grading.
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