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Bradford D. Wilson

TitleSenior Research Associate
Faculty RankAdjunct Professor
InstitutionHoward University
DepartmentCommunity & Family Medicine - National Human Genome Center at Howard University
Address2041 Georgia Ave. NW
Howard University Cancer Center Suite 615
Washington DC 20060
Phone202 356-7864
Fax202 986-3972
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    The precision medicine era is forcing the scientific and medical communities to move away from the traditional epidemiological or population-based approach to the elimination of health disparities. Technological advances like next generation sequencing (NGS) have provided the tools necessary to address health disparities at the molecular level.

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    1. Wilson BD, Ricks-Santi LJ, Mason TE, Abbas M, Kittles RA, Dunston GM, Kanaan YM. Admixture Mapping Links RACGAP1 Regulation to Prostate Cancer in African Americans. Cancer Genomics Proteomics. 2018 May-Jun; 15(3):185-191. PMID: 29695400.
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    2. Grace Swanson, Stephanie Miller, Areej Alyahhyawi, Bradford Wilson, Forough Saadatmand, Clarence Lee, Georgia Dunston, Muneer Abbas. F1000 Research. Genetic polymorphisms in the serotonin receptor 7 (HTR7) gene are associated with cortisol levels in African American young adults. 2017; 6(19). View Publication.
    3. Nicole Thompson, Altovise T Ewing, JaVeatrice Bonner, Bradford Wilson, Cherie Spencer, Carla Williams, Yasmine M Kanaan, Amari Pearson-Fields, Luisel Ricks-Santi. Journal of Cancer Prevention & Current Research. Know Your Family Ancestry, Conditions, Traits, and Traditions (FACTs) DC: Increasing Genomic Awareness in Underserved Communities. 2015; 3(6). View Publication.
    4. Ricks LJ, Ewing A, Thompson N, Harrison B, Wilson B, Richardson F, Carter-Nolan P, Spencer C, Laiyemo A, Williams C. Family history of cancer associated with breast tumor clinicopathological features. J Community Genet. 2014 Jul; 5(3):233-40. PMID: 24424917.
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