Leading the development of causal analysis methods for application in population-based and clinical health sciences.
The MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit at the University of Bristol (IEU) conducts some of the UK's most advanced population health science research. It uses genetics, population data and experimental interventions to look for the underlying causes of chronic disease.
Substantial investment from both the UK Medical Research Council and the University of Bristol provides resources for staff, research support and infrastructure to execute world-leading multi-disciplinary research in a vibrant, forward-looking environment.
'Mendelian randomization in the age of large-scale accessible genomics data' will be held at Colston Hall, Bristol from 11-13 July 2017. Second call for abstracts is now open until Tuesday 23 May 2017. To submit an abstract please use the form. To register, please go to the registration page.
An interactive art installation created by designer Philippa Thomas was inspired by genetic epidemiology and research from the MRC IEU. We piloted it at Einstein's Garden 2016 and plan to redeliver it at other festivals. For more information read about it here.
MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit
University of Bristol
Tel: +44 (0)117 331 0098