Professor in the Department of Epidemiology
Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital
NCI R35 Outstanding Investigator Award (OIA) recipient
For The 3rd International Molecular Pathological Epidemiology (MPE) Meeting (Boston, USA; May 12-13, 2016), please visit: http://ogino-mpe-lab.dana-farber.org/
Methodological Tools for Advancing the Field
- Develop methods to integrate pathology and epidemiology
- Link pathogenic insights to population impact
- Educate next generation scientists
Better Health and Better World, through Integration of Molecular Pathology and Population Health Science
Welcome to The Ogino Molecular Pathological Epidemiology Laboratory (The Ogino MPE Laboratory) Website!
I am currently the only faculty member who has appointments in both pathology and epidemiology at Harvard University. As a matter of fact, it is likely that I am the only such faculty member in the history of Harvard University (per longstanding faculty members in pathology as well as in epidemiology). With my unique background, I can bring unique integrative MPE insights into both epidemiology and pathology.
We are currently in the process of establishing NPO MPE Educational Foundation (tentative name), to provide opportunities of integrative education and training for talented, aspiring individuals. We plan to launch scholarship programs. Eg, pathology trainees and professionals can enroll and complete degree programs of public health schools, to learn statistics, bioinformatics, epidemiology, and many other areas of population health sciences; epidemiology or other health science professionals can enter training programs of pathology or pathobiology, to deeply learn molecular pathology and pathogenesis from basic science to clinical applications.
We appreciate any amount of donation for the Foundation and future science; please email Yuko Miki, Executive Secretary (email: email@example.com). We can make your own scholarship program, if you prefer, with your name.
Now “Molecular pathological epidemiology” is in Wikipedia.