2014 American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting
October 18-22, 2014, in San Diego, CA.
Kevin Galinsky. “Fast PCA of very large samples in linear time.” Platform talk #156. Monday Oct. 20th, 12:00pm. Room 29, Upper Level.
Po-Ru Loh. “Efficient Bayesian mixed model analysis increases association power in large cohorts.” Platform talk #200. Monday Oct. 20th, 5:00pm. Room 20A, Upper Level.
*This presentation was selected for a 2014 ASHG/Charles J. Epstein Research Semifinalist Award.
Hilary Finucane. “Partitioning heritability by functional category using summary statistics.” Platform talk #351. Tuesday Oct. 21st, 4:30pm. Room 6DE, Upper Level.
*This work will also be presented as a platform talk at GCD 2014 on Sept. 19th.
Alkes Price. “Heritability of functional variant classes in schizophrenia and other traits: regulatory elements explain more heritability than coding variants.” Invited talk. Wednesday Oct. 22nd, 9:30am. Room 20BC, Upper Level.
Gaurav Bhatia. “Haplotypes explain additional heritability of complex traits.” Poster #937S. Sunday, Oct. 19th, 4:00-5:00pm. Exhibit Hall, Ground Level.
Bjarni Vilhjalmsson. “Modeling linkage disequilibrium increases accuracy of polygenic risk scores.” Poster #1767S. Sunday, Oct. 19th, 4:00-5:00pm. Exhibit Hall, Ground Level.
*This work will also be presented as a platform talk at WCPG 2014 on Oct. 15th.
Tris Hayeck. “Mixed model with correction for case-control ascertainment increases power in multiple sclerosis association study.” Poster #1746S. Sunday, Oct. 19th, 5:00-6:00pm. Exhibit Hall, Ground Level.
Pier Palamara, with former PhD mentor Itsik Pe’er. “Inference of mutation rates using hidden relatedness.” Poster #1956M. Monday, Oct. 20th, 3:00-4:00pm. Exhibit Hall, Ground Level.
Sasha Gusev. “Regulatory variants explain much more heritability than coding variants across 11 common diseases.” Poster #936T. Tuesday, Oct. 21st, 3:00-4:00pm. Exhibit Hall, Ground Level.
*This work was also presented as a platform talk at Biology of Genomes 2014 on May 8th.
Also check out our collaborators’ talks:
Bogdan Pasaniuc. “Functional partitioning of prostate cancer heritability in European Americans and African Americans from AAPC and BPC3 consortia reveals tissue specific regulation.” Platform talk #29. Sunday, Oct. 19th, 1:30pm. Room 6DE, Upper Level.
Brielin Brown. “A joint testing and multiple testing framework unconvers paradoxical SNPs, improves power, and identifies new sources of missing heritability in association studies.” Platform talk #260. Tuesday, Oct. 21st, 11:45am. Room 6AB, Upper Level.
Click here to see talks and posters from previous years.