Human Genetics and Genomics

"Human genetics and genomics" is a field of study focused on understanding the genetic makeup of humans and how genetic variations contribute to traits, diseases, and overall health. It involves the study of genes, which are segments of DNA that encode specific proteins or regulate gene expression, as well as the broader genome, which encompasses all the genetic material in an organism. Overall, human genetics and genomics play a crucial role in advancing our understanding of human biology, disease mechanisms, and the development of novel therapeutic interventions and personalized medicine approaches.

Significant areas of research in human genetics and genomics include:

  • Genome structure and function
  • Genetic variation
  • Mendelian genetics
  • Complex traits and diseases
  • Population genetics
  • Genomic technologies
  • Clinical genetics


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