Epistasis Blog

From the Artificial Intelligence Innovation Lab at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (www.epistasis.org)

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Epistasis Blog Posts from 2012

January, 2012

Imaging genetics

Lower-order effects adjustment in quantitative traits model-based multifactor

February, 2012

Genetic epidemiology with a capital E

Six degrees of epistasis

March, 2012

Ten years of pathway analysis: Current approaches and outstanding challenges

Is life law-like?

April, 2012

The predictive capacity of personal genome sequencing and missing heritability

May, 2012

Gene-based multifactor dimensionality reduction (MDR)

June, 2012

The challenges of personalized medicine and genomics

Dynamic epistasis for different alleles of the same gene

From the reaktionsnorm to the adaptive norm: The norm of reaction, 1909–1960

July, 2012

Biological basis of epistasis

Machine learning that matters

Risk estimation and risk prediction using machine-learning methods

Two opposing views of academic life

Top 10 reasons to study bioinformatics

August, 2012

New NIH R01: Bioinformatics approaches to visual disease genetics

Modular biological complexity

Epistasis in yeast

Journal impact factor

September, 2012

Epistasis dominates the genetic architecture of Drosophila quantitative traits

New NIH R01: Bioinformatics strategies for brain imaging genetics

October, 2012

Big data in the biological and biomedical sciences: biodata mining challenges and opportunities

November, 2012

Genetic influences on disease remain hidden

December, 2012

Auctioning your papers to journals

Human diseases through the lens of network biology

Translational bioinformatics collection


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