Diet, Genes and Environment

Diet, Genes and Environment

Our primary aim is to perform cross-disciplinary research with emphasis on international visibility and collaboration.

We study a broad range of topics within both traditional and genetic epidemiology including the areas of dietary patterns, lifestyle, environment and work environment as well as biomarkers and gene-environment interactions.

Other areas of interest include the search for prognostic factors with regard to cancer survival and studies on early and non-invasive detection of cancer.

Diet, Genes and Environment

Read more about Anne Tjønneland's group

Diet, Genes and Environment

Work, Environment and Cancer

Read more about Ole Raaschou-Nielsen's group

Work, Environment and Cancer

Cancer Genomics Laboratory

Read more about Per Guldberg's group

Cancer Genomics Laboratory

Nutrition and Biomarkers

Read more about Anja Olsen's group

Nutrition and Biomarkers