Previous ASHG Talks & Posters

ASHG 2011 Talks and Posters


Gaurav Bhatia.  Genome-wide Analysis of Natural Selection in Africans.  Talk #101, Thursday Oct. 13th, 10:45 am, Room 517D, Level 5.  In Session #32, “Evolutionary Genetics.”
*This presentation was selected for a 2011 ASHG Trainee Research Semifinalist Award


Noah Zaitlen. Components of Heritability in an Icelandic Cohort. Talk #204, Friday Oct. 14th, 4:30 pm, Room 511, Level 5. In Session #56, “Complex Traits I: Approaches and Methods”.
*This presentation was selected for a 2011 ASHG Trainee Research Semifinalist Award


Bogdan Pasaniuc. Extremely low-coverage sequencing enables cost effective GWAS. In “Statistical Genetics and Genetic Epidemiology”, Poster #727T, Thursday Oct. 13th, 2:00-3:00 pm, Exhibit Hall, Level 2.


Alkes Price.  Liability threshold modeling of covariates increases power in case-control association studies.  In “Complex Traits: Theory and Methods”, Poster #388T, Thursday Oct. 13th, 3:00-4:00 pm, Exhibit Hall, Level 2.


ASHG 2010 Talks


Alkes Price. Single-tissue and cross-tissue heritability of gene expression via identity-by-descent in related or unrelated individuals. Talk #191, Fri Nov 5, 9:00am-9:15am, Ballroom B, Level 3. In Session #43, “Genetic analysis of gene expression”.


Bogdan Pasaniuc. Enhanced disease scoring, imputation and fine-mapping for GWAS in admixed populations: assessment of increased power using African Americans from CARe. Talk #222, Fri Nov 5, 9:15-9:30am, Room 207, Level 2. In Session #46, “Genome-wide association studies and imputation”.


Noah Zaitlen. Conditioning on known associations improves the power of association studies. Talk #269, Fri Nov 5, 2:00-2:15pm, Ballroom B, Level 3. In Session #51, “Polygenic traits: GWAS methods and results”.


Alkes Price. Chromosomal segments in admixed individuals and inference of local ancestry. In “Complex disease genetics research in admixed populations”, Concurrent Invited Sessions I, Wed Nov 3, 8:00-10:00am, Ballroom A, Level 3.