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CC = Colorado Convention Center   H = Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
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527 Wed, 7/31/2019, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Hall C
Contributed Poster Presentations: Section on Statistics in Genomics and Genetics — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics in Genomics and Genetics
Chair(s): Wendy Meiring, University of California At Santa Barbara
55: HierCM: a Hierarchical Mixture Model Approach for Detecting Chromatin Interactions in Hi-C Data
Frank Shen, Penn State University; Qunhua Li, Penn State University; Naomi S Altman, Pennsylvania State University
56: Sparse Probabilistic NMF for Single Cell RNA Sequencing
Xiaotian Wu, Brown University; Zhijin Wu, Brown University
57: Detection of Inversely Enriched Pathways in PBMC Cells in Alzheimer’s Disease and Cancer
Lisa Neums, University of Kansas Medical Center; Jeffrey A. Thompson, University of Kansas Medical Center
58: A Novel Statistical Framework for Trio-Based Transcriptome-Wide Association Study
Kunling Huang, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Statistics Department
59: Evaluation of Modern Approaches for the Complex Trait Prediction Using Genetic Data
Miao Zhang,; Julie Granka,
60: Probabilities of Unranked and Ranked Anomaly Zones Under Birth-Death Models
Anastasiia Kim, University of New Mexico; James Degnan, University of New Mexico; Noah Rosenberg, Stanford University
61: Separating Subtype Specific Signals from Mixed Tumor Genomic Data
Liuqing Yang, AbbVie; Hongtu Zhu, DiDi Chuxing and UNC-Chapel Hill; Steve Marron , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
62: Establishing Single Cell RNA-Seq Data Analysis Pipeline in the Industry Setting
Oleg Mayba, Genentech, Inc; Milena Duerrbaum, Genentech, Inc; Robert Piskol, Genentech, Inc; Leonard Goldstein, Genentech, Inc; Kevin Huang, Genentech, Inc; Josh Kaminker, Genentech, Inc; Aaron Lun, Genentech, Inc; Kiran Mukhyala, Genentech, Inc; Luz Orozco-Guerra, Genentech, Inc; Thomas Wu, Genentech, Inc; Matthew Chang, Genentech, Inc; Brad Friedman, Genentech, Inc; Jason Hackney, Genentech, Inc
64: Inferring Complex Phylogenetic Networks Efficiently
Cora Allen-Coleman, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Cécile Ané, University of Wisconsin - Madison
65: Assessment of Differential Expression Methods for 10x Genomics Data Sets
Jacob Gagnon, Biogen; Wenting Wang, Biogen; Eugenia Lyashenko, Biogen; Dann Huh, Biogen; Dipen Sangurdekar, Biogen; Liping Hou, BioStat Solutions, Inc
66: Integrating GWAS and Omics QTL Summary Statistics in Elucidating Molecular Mechanisms of Trait-Associated SNPs and Detecting Pleiotropy in Human Complex Traits
Kevin J Gleason, University of Chicago; Fan Yang, University of Colorado Denver; Lin Chen, University of Chicago
68: Proposed Methylation Processing Pipeline for Meta Analyzes Using Illumina’s 450K and EPIC Platforms
Lauren A Vanderlinden, Colorado School of Public Health; Randi K Johnson, Colorado School of Public Health; Patrick M Carry, Colorado School of Public Health; Fran Dong, Colorado School of Public Health; Ivana V Yang, Colorado School of Public Health; Jill M Norris, Colorado School of Public Health; Katerina Kechris, Colorado School of Public Health
69: A GWAS Analysis to Identify Genotypes Corresponding to Delayed Senescence in Maize
Brandon Lumsden, Clemson University; Yuan Yang, Clemson University; Christopher McMahan, Clemson University; William C. Bridges Jr., Clemson University
71: Testing Complex Survey Data for Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium on the X Chromosome: Utilizing Male and Female Data
John R. Pleis, NCHS
72: Integration of Metabolomics and Transcriptomics to Improve Pediatric Drug Dosing
Christopher Wilson; Brooke Fridley, Moffitt Cancer Center
73: Integrating Gene Regulatory Pathways into Differential Network Analysis of Gene Expression Data
Tyler Grimes; Somnath Datta, University of Florida
74: The Additive Model in Genetic Association Studies
Zhengyang Zhou, University of North Texas Health Science Center; HUNG-CHIH KU, DePaul University; Chao Xing, UT Southwestern Medical Center