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INVITED AND PLATFORM SESSIONS
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Thursday, October 24
8:00
AM
–10:15
AM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session B (19-27)
SESSION 21 – Genetic Epidemiology: Applications and
Methods
Grand Ballroom West, Level 3, Convention Center
Moderators
:
Jo Knight, Ctr. for Addiction and Ment.
Hlth., Ontario; Braxton D. Mitchell, Univ. of Maryland
Sch. of Med., Baltimore
106
/8:00
The effect of CAD/MI SNPs on other
vascular domains and the relation with recurrent
vascular events.
V. Tragante, P. A. F. M. Doevendans,
H. M. Nathoe, Y. van der Graaf, W. Spiering, A. Algra,
G. J. de Borst, P. I. W. de Bakker, F. W. Asselbergs.
107
/8:15
Multi-trait meta-analysis of genome-wide
association studies of lipid levels and BMI reveals
pleiotropy.
V. Lagou, R. Mägi, I. Surakka, A.-P. Sarin,
M. Horikoshi, L. Marullo, T. Ferreira, G. Thorleifsson,
S. Hägg, M. Beekman, C. Ladenvall, A. Mahajan, J.-J.
Hottenga, J. S. Ried, T. W. Winkler, C. Willenborg, M.
I. McCarthy, A. P. Morris, S. Ripatti, I. Prokopenko,
ENGAGE (European Network for Genetic and Genomic
Epidemiology) Consortium.
108
/8:30
Genome-wide association with fasting
glucose and insulin in 20,200 African Americans
suggests new quantitative trait loci and allelic
heterogeneity at known loci: The African American
Glucose and Insulin Genetic Epidemiology
(
AAGILE) Consortium.
J. Meigs, M.-F. Hivert, A.
Morris, M. Li, M. Ng, J. Liu, R. Jensen, X. Guo, L.
Yanek, M. Nalls, L. Bielak, M. Irvin, W.-M. Chen,
P. An, E. Kabagambe, B. Cade, J. Wilson, MAGIC
Investigators, J. Hong, D. Rybin, C.-T. Liu, AAGILE
Investigators.
109
/8:45
Harnessing Web 2.0 social networks
for genetic epidemiology studies with millions
of people.
Y. Erlich, J. Kaplanis, M. Gershovits, P.
Nagaraj, D. MacArthur, A. Price.
110
/9:00
Integrated model of multiple types of
rare variants and prior information improves the
power of detecting risk genes for autism.
X. He,
S. J. Sanders, L. Liu, S. D. De Rubeis, E. T. Lim, J. S.
Sutcliffe, G. D. Schellenberg, R. A. Gibbs, M. J. Daly,
J. B. Buxbaum, M. W. State, B. Devlin, K. Roeder.
111
/9:15
Tests of aggregate rare variant
association applied to a multiethnic sequencing
study.
A. D. Ablorh, S. Lindstrom, C. A. Haiman, B. E.
Henderson, L. Le Marchand, S. Lee, D. O. Stram, P.
Kraft.
112
/9:30
Whole-genome sequence based
association studies of complex traits: The UK10K
project.
N. Timpson, UK10K Consortium: Cohorts.
113
/9:45
Genetic variation associated with the
susceptibility to herpes zoster in the eMERGE
Network.
D. Crosslin, D. Carrell, E. Baldwin, M. de
Andrade, I. Kullo, G. Tromp, H. Kuivaniemi, K. Doheny,
E. Pugh, A. Kho, M. Hayes, M. Ritchie, S. Verma, G.
Armstrong, A. Saip, J. Denny, D. Crawford, P. Crane,
S. Mukherjee, E. Bottinger, T. Manolio, R. Li, A. Burt,
D. Kim, B. Keating, D. Mirel, E. Larson, C. Carlson,
G. Jarvik, electronic Medical Records and Genomics
(
eMERGE) Network.
114
/10:00
Whole-genome detection of disease-
associated deletions or excess homozygosity in
a case-control study of rheumatoid arthritis.
C. C.
Wu, S. Shete, E. J. Jo, Y. Xu, E. Y. Lu, W. V. Chen, C.
I. Amos.