Qiuying Sha, Ph.D.

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2005 Michigan Technological University, USA 
Area:
Statistics, Biostatistics Biology
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Jianping Dong grad student 2005 Michigan Technological University
 (Multi-locus association tests for detecting complex disease genes.)
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Yang X, Zhang S, Sha Q. (2019) Joint Analysis of Multiple Phenotypes in Association Studies based on Cross-Validation Prediction Error. Scientific Reports. 9: 1073
Sha Q, Wang Z, Zhang X, et al. (2018) A Clustering Linear Combination Approach to Jointly Analyze Multiple Phenotypes for GWAS. Bioinformatics (Oxford, England)
Wang Z, Sha Q, Fang S, et al. (2018) Testing an optimally weighted combination of common and/or rare variants with multiple traits. Plos One. 13: e0201186
Liang X, Sha Q, Zhang S. (2018) Joint analysis of multiple phenotypes in association studies using allele-based clustering approach for non-normal distributions. Annals of Human Genetics
Liang X, Sha Q, Rho Y, et al. (2018) A hierarchical clustering method for dimension reduction in joint analysis of multiple phenotypes. Genetic Epidemiology
Zhu H, Zhang S, Sha Q. (2018) A novel method to test associations between a weighted combination of phenotypes and genetic variants. Plos One. 13: e0190788
Yang X, Wang S, Zhang S, et al. (2017) Detecting association of rare and common variants based on cross-validation prediction error. Genetic Epidemiology
Zhu H, Wang Z, Wang X, et al. (2016) A novel statistical method for rare-variant association studies in general pedigrees. Bmc Proceedings. 10: 193-196
Sha Q, Zhang K, Zhang S. (2016) A Nonparametric Regression Approach to Control for Population Stratification in Rare Variant Association Studies. Scientific Reports. 6: 37444
Liang X, Wang Z, Sha Q, et al. (2016) An Adaptive Fisher's Combination Method for Joint Analysis of Multiple Phenotypes in Association Studies. Scientific Reports. 6: 34323
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