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Alkes Price

Assistant Professor of Statistical Genetics

Department of Epidemiology
Department of Biostatistics

Department of Epidemiology

Department of Biostatistics

665 Huntington Avenue
Building 2, Room 211
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
Phone: 617.432.2262
aprice@hsph.harvard.edu

I am an assistant professor in the Program in Genetic Epidemiology and Statistical Genetics in the Department of Epidemiology at HSPH, with a secondary appointment in the Department of Biostatistics.  I am an associate member of the Program in Medical and Population Genetics at the Broad Institute, and a member of the Program in Quantitative Genomics at HSPH.  Our research focuses on the development of statistical methods for uncovering the genetic basis of human disease, and on the population genetics underlying these methods.

MLM Perspective paper (Yang et al. 2014) (slides of Price ASHG 2013 talk) and GCTA software

deCODE heritability paper (Zaitlen et al. 2013) (slides of ASHG 2011 talk) (Research Highlight)
PCA SNP weights paper (Chen et al. 2013) and SNPweights software
Fst paper (Bhatia et al. 2013) (blog writeup)
Ancestry-specific TB risk paper (Chimusa et al. 2013)
Local heritability paper (Gusev et al. 2013)

Low-coverage sequencing paper (Pasaniuc et al. 2012)
Genetic covariates paper (Zaitlen et al. 2012) (slides of ASHG 2010 talk)
Clinical covariates paper (Zaitlen et al. 2012) (accompanying perspective) and LTSOFT software

Gene expression heritability paper (Price et al. 2011) (slides of ASHG 2010 talk)
MIXSCORE paper (Pasaniuc et al. 2011) (slides of ASHG 2010 talk) and MIXSCORE software
Admixture review paper (Seldin et al. 2011) (slides of ASHG 2010 talk)
Africa selection paper (Bhatia et al. 2011) (slides of ASHG 2011 talk) and TreeSelect software
(press writeup and news story)

Excess-of-rare-variants paper (Price et al. 2010)
Stratification review paper (Price et al. 2010)
Everybody loves HapMap 3 (HapMap 3 2010)

 

List of all publications

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