Late Breaking Abstract - Associations between a COPD genetic risk score and lung structure on computed tomography (CT): SPIROMICS

E. Oelsner (New York, United States of America), B. Smith (New York, United States of America), J. Nguyen (Charlottesville, United States of America), A. Manichaikul (Charlottesville, United States of America), E. Hoffman (Iowa City, United States of America), E. Ampleford (Winston-Salem, United States of America), L. Dimitrov (Winston-Salem, United States of America), X. Guo (Los Angeles, United States of America), K. Taylor (Los Angeles, United States of America), E. Bleecker (Tuscon, United States of America), X. Li (Tuscon, United States of America), D. Meyers (Tuscon, United States of America), S. Peters (Winston-Salem, United States of America), S. Rich (Charlottesville, United States of America), J. Rotter (Los Angeles, United States of America), R. Barr (New York, United States of America), V. Ortega (Winston-Salem, United States of America)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Multiomics studies in epidemiology: what can they tell us?
Session: Multiomics studies in epidemiology: what can they tell us?
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 2187
Disease area: Airway diseases

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E. Oelsner (New York, United States of America), B. Smith (New York, United States of America), J. Nguyen (Charlottesville, United States of America), A. Manichaikul (Charlottesville, United States of America), E. Hoffman (Iowa City, United States of America), E. Ampleford (Winston-Salem, United States of America), L. Dimitrov (Winston-Salem, United States of America), X. Guo (Los Angeles, United States of America), K. Taylor (Los Angeles, United States of America), E. Bleecker (Tuscon, United States of America), X. Li (Tuscon, United States of America), D. Meyers (Tuscon, United States of America), S. Peters (Winston-Salem, United States of America), S. Rich (Charlottesville, United States of America), J. Rotter (Los Angeles, United States of America), R. Barr (New York, United States of America), V. Ortega (Winston-Salem, United States of America). Late Breaking Abstract - Associations between a COPD genetic risk score and lung structure on computed tomography (CT): SPIROMICS. 2187

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