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Faculty & Staff Honors

BU Professor Named President-Elect of International Genetic Epidemiology Society

Dr. Josée Dupuis, a professor and associate chair of biostatistics at the School of Public Health, has been named president-elect of the International Genetic Epidemiology Society (IGES).


The society supports and distributes research on the “distribution and determinants of human disease, with emphasis on possible familial and hereditary factors as revealed by genetic, molecular, and epidemiological investigations.”

As president-elect, Dr. Dupuis will be part of a team heading a collaborative international community of leaders in genetics, epidemiology, statistics, biology, and related biomedical disciplines, all with a keen interest in and intense enthusiasm for solving complex scientific problems in genetic epidemiology and statistical genetics

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