Quantitative reconcilliation of GWAS and candidate gene findings: measurement error, nonlinearity, and artifactual results


Candidate gene and genome-wide investigations of complex traits and related endophenotypes are both fundamentally concerned with elucidating the biological pathways underlying individual differences in behavior. However, these... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Richard Border (University of Colorado Boulder, Institute for Behavioral Genetics)
  2. Emma Johnson (Washington University St. Louis)
  3. Noah Berley (University of Colorado Boulder)
  4. Sarah Medland (QIMR-Berghofer Medical Research Institute)
  5. Patrick Sullivan (University of North Carolina)
  6. Matthew Keller (University of Colorado Boulder)

Topic Areas

Gene Finding Strategies , Psychopathology (e.g., Internalizing, Externalizing, Psychosis) , Statistical Methods


OS-4B » Genomics of Externalizing Disorders (17:00 - Thursday, 21st June, Yellowstone)

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