Belinda L. Needham

Optimization and Standardization of Telomere Length Measurement by qPCR for Population-Based Health Research

Research Project Description

Dr. Needham's role in the proposed work will be to (1) provide general guidance on how the proposed optimization of the qPCR telomere length assay can be designed to be utilized in population-based health research, (2) provide expertise on the statistical analysis of data, and (3) contribute to manuscript preparation. Dr. Needham will participate in regular conference calls with PI Lin and other co-investigators during the course of this project.

Funding:
National Institutes of Health
(subcontract: 11679sc)

Funding Period: 9/30/2019 to 5/31/2022

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