The Training and Development Committee of the American Society of Human Genetics is pleased to announce the ASHG Trainee Paper Spotlight, a feature that will highlight outstanding papers written by trainee members. A new Spotlight will be posted to the ASHG Trainee Forum the last Wednesday of each month on a quarterly basis.
Please complete the form below to nominate an outstanding trainee research paper. We recognize that there are many subfields in human genetics and welcome nomination of good, peer-reviewed papers regardless of where they are published.
Past Trainee Paper Spotlights are available to browse by topic category.
Joseph Alaimo, PhD
August 31, 2016
LCopy Number Loss Upstream of RAI1 Uncovers Gene Expression Regulatory Region That May Impact Potocki-Lupski Syndrome Diagnosis.
Luca Pagani, PhD
October 28, 2015
Tracing the Route of Modern Humans out of Africa by Using 225 Human Genome Sequences from Ethiopians and Egyptians.
November 18, 2016
Determining the Effect of Natural Selection on Linked Neutral Divergence across Species.
Salman Tajuddin, MD, PhD
July 27, 2016
Large-Scale Exome-wide Association Analysis Identifies Loci for White Blood Cell Traits and Pleiotrophy with Immune-Mediated Diseases.
Lise Barbé, PhD
August 7, 2017
CpG methylation, a parent-of-origin effect for maternal-biased transmission of congenital myotonic dystrophy.
Jessica Chong, PhD
September 30, 2015
De Novo Mutations in NALCN Cause a Syndrome Characterized by Congenital Contractures of the Limbs and Face, Hypotonia, and Developmental Delay.
August 10, 2017
Complete androgen insensitivity syndrome caused by a deep intronic pseudoexon-activating mutation in the androgen receptor gene.
Sureni Mullegama, PhD
February 14, 2017
Clinical and Molecular Aspects of MBD5-Associated Neurodevelopmental Disorder (MAND).
Douglas Dluzen, PhD
May 1, 2017
Racial differences in microRNA and gene expression in hypertensive women.
David Soave, MSc
December 30, 2015
A Joint Location-Scale Test Improves Power to Detect Associated SNPs, Gene Sets, and Pathways.
Cassandra N. Spracklen, PhD
November 9, 2017
Association analyses of East Asian individuals and trans-ancestry analyses with European individuals reveal new loci associated with cholesterol and triglyceride levels.