The risk index is a method used to combine risk information from clinical and genetic factors in order to make a qualitative (i.e., "high risk" or "low risk") prediction about an individual's risk of developing a particular disease. THis project was created as the basis for a dissertation project by Reagan Kelly, a Ph.D. student in Bioinformatics at the University of Michigan
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