Statistical Genetics Seminar Series

Welcome to Statistical Genetics Seminar Series. The Statistical Genetics Seminar meets regularly from 9:30 to 11:00 A.M. every other Friday, (September to June) in 801 Massachusetts Avenue Crosstown building room 305. The goal is to get to know each other, learn cutting edge research, foster collaboration, and get help. The group brainstorms together in September to lay out the year-long topics of interest for discussion. At each session one person or a group of participants or an invited outside speaker presents (formally/informally) the material, usually pertaining to his or her area of expertise, interest or research and leads the discussion. Our participants include a mix of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics students, in addition to Faculty members involved in genetics research.

The seminar runs regularly on alternating Fridays at 9:30 A.M. ~ 11:00 A.M. in Crosstown 305 (801 Mass. Ave). If you would like to present in our seminar or join our mailing list, please feel free to contact Ching-Ti Liu (ctliu@bu.*, replace * with edu).

Word Cloud from recent presentation topics

Word Cloud from presentation topics

Current Schedule

Here is the link for current schedule 2019-2020. If you would like to present in our seminar, please feel free to contact Ching-Ti Liu (ctliu@bu.*)

 

Date Topic Presenter Note
9/20/2019 Multivariate Gene-based Association Tests for
Complex Diseases
Jaeyoon Chung
10/4/2019 Handgrip WGS in TOPMed and UKBB Chloe Sarnowski
10/18/2019 Cancelled for the ASHG Meeting
11/1/2019 1. Proteomics Biomarker of Alcohol Consumption and its Relation to Cardiovascular Disease and Total Mortality
2. Bayesian estimation of hierarchical regulatory networks
1. Xianbang Sun
2. Anthony N. Federico
11/15/2019 Please attend BUSPH Dean’s Symposium
11/29/2019 Cancelled for Thanksgiving break
12/13/2019 Using Genetics to Identify New Therapeutic Strategies for Complex Diseases Aaron Day-Williams
12/27/2019 Cancelled for Holidays
1/10/2020 Cancelled for the Winter Break
1/24/2020 Association Analysis in ‘Pure’ Admixed Populations: Admixture Mapping of Mesoamerican Nephropathy Dominick Leone
2/7/2020 Genetic analysis of circulating n-3 and n-6 fatty acids in African Americans and Hispanics Ani Manichaikul University of Virginia
2/21/2020 Integration of diet and –omics data to understand disease pathogenesis Danielle Haslam Channing
3/6/2020 Mediation and Pleiotropy Analysis Xiaofeng Zhu Case Western
3/20/2020 Combining case status and parental history in gene-based tests Yanbing Wang
4/3/2020 On Proteomics and Metabolomics James Wilson Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
4/17/2020 Metabolomics and Cardiovascular disease Bing Yu UTH
5/1/2020 GWAS pipeline and an example of its application Zeyuan Song and Anastasia Gurinovich
5/15/2020 Epigenetic clock Elise Lim

Previous Events

2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012, 2012-2013, 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018, 2018-2019.