Diabetes and its complications constitute a growing public health challenge globally. We study the epidemiology of diabetes and diabetes-related phenotypes in humans using a variety of tools ranging from the latest molecular analysis methods to traditional epidemiology. We analyze data from large population-based cohorts to find novel predictors and causes of diabetes, often applying Mendelian Randomization techniques. The group is multidisciplinary and highly international. We aim to publish highest-quality research and disseminate findings to the community.
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