I lead a small research group in the Department of Biostatistics' Center for Statistical Genetics. My group is focused on developing the computational and statistical tools required for understanding human genetic variation, with a particular focus on complex human disease.
Applied projects currently focus on the genetics of aging, inherited eye diseases, inflammatory diseases, and psychiatric disorders.
|How to find me!|
|Recent research articles.|
|Fast pedigree analyses, including non-parametric linkage, error detection and haplotyping.|
|Linkage disequilibrium and association analyses for quantitative traits|
|A graphical package for the overview of linkage disequilibrium|