Since 1997, CDC’s Office of Public Health Genomics has served CDC programs, other federal agencies, state health departments, and other external partners by identifying, evaluating, and implementing evidence-based genomics practices to prevent and control the country’s leading chronic, infectious, environmental, and occupational diseases. In 2019, the office’s name was changed to the Office of Genomics and Precision Public Health to reflect increasing emphasis on non-genomic precision health applications in public health.
To find out more, please read:
- Genomics and Precision Public Health: At a Glance
- Read CDC Blog: Genomics and Precision Public Health: What’s in a Name?
- Read CDC paper entitled: “The intersection of genomics and big data with public health: Opportunities for precision public health”
- Read CDC paper entitled: “From Public Health Genomics to Precision Public Health: A 20-Year Journey.”
- OGPPH Staff
- OGPPH Scientific Publications
- OGPPH Achievements (1997 – present)
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