Molecular Epidemiology

The idea of “molecular epidemiology” was coined by Kilbourne within a 1973 article eligible “The molecular epidemiology associated with influenza”. Molecular epidemiology is a branch of epidemiology as well as medical science that focuses on the contribution associated with potential genetic as well as environmental risk variables, identified at the particular molecular level, on the etiology, distribution as well as prevention of sickness within families as well as across populations.