Fei Zou, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2001 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
Statistics, Biostatistics Biology
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Brian S. Yandell grad student 2001 UW Madison
 (Efficient and robust statistical methodologies for quantitative trait loci analysis.)
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Zou B, Zou F, Shuster JJ, et al. (2016) On variance estimate for covariate adjustment by propensity score analysis. Statistics in Medicine
Sun W, Liu Y, Crowley JJ, et al. (2015) IsoDOT Detects Differential RNA-isoform Expression/Usage with respect to a Categorical or Continuous Covariate with High Sensitivity and Specificity. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 110: 975-986
Jansen R, Penninx BW, Madar V, et al. (2015) Gene expression in major depressive disorder. Molecular Psychiatry
Yin Z, Xia K, Chung W, et al. (2015) Fast eQTL Analysis for Twin Studies. Genetic Epidemiology. 39: 357-65
Crowley JJ, Zhabotynsky V, Sun W, et al. (2015) Analyses of allele-specific gene expression in highly divergent mouse crosses identifies pervasive allelic imbalance. Nature Genetics. 47: 353-60
Xia K, Yu Y, Ahn M, et al. (2014) Environmental and genetic contributors to salivary testosterone levels in infants. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 5: 187
Lee S, Zou F, Wright FA. (2014) Convergence of Sample Eigenvalues, Eigenvectors, and Principal Component Scores for Ultra-High Dimensional Data. Biometrika. 101: 484-490
Wright FA, Sullivan PF, Brooks AI, et al. (2014) Heritability and genomics of gene expression in peripheral blood. Nature Genetics. 46: 430-7
Zou F, Sun W, Crowley JJ, et al. (2014) A novel statistical approach for jointly analyzing RNA-Seq data from F1 reciprocal crosses and inbred lines. Genetics. 197: 389-99
Zhou YH, Mayhew G, Sun Z, et al. (2013) Space Time Clustering and the Permutation Moments of Quadratic Form. Stat. 2: 292-302
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