Muin J. Khoury
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In an effort to pinpoint potential genetic risk factors for schizophrenia, research groups worldwide have published over 1,000 genetic association studies with largely inconsistent results. To… Expand
To the Editor: Recent successes in large-scale genetic association studies call for renewed attention to integrating research results, not only among studies, but across disciplines1. At the… Expand
Established guidelines for causal inference in epidemiological studies may be inappropriate for genetic associations. A consensus process was used to develop guidance criteria for assessing… Expand
Advances in genomics have led to mounting expectations in regard to their impact on health care and disease prevention. In light of this fact, a comprehensive research agenda is needed to move human… Expand
1. Scope and strategies of genetic epidemiology 2. Fundamental genetic concepts and approaches 3. Fundamental epidemiologic concpets and approaches 4. Study of genetic traits 5. Study of the genetic… Expand
More than 800 published genetic association studies have implicated dozens of potential risk loci in Parkinson's disease (PD). To facilitate the interpretation of these findings, we have created a… Expand
The authors evaluated whether statistically significant violations of Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium (HWE) or the magnitude of deviations from HWE may contribute to the problem of replicating postulated… Expand
The spectrum of the VATER association has been debated ever since its description more than two decades ago. To assess the spectrum of congenital anomalies associated with VATER while minimizing the… Expand
Julian Little and colleagues present the STREGA recommendations, which are aimed at improving the reporting of genetic association studies.
Although case-control studies are suitable for assessing gene-environment interactions, choosing appropriate control subjects is a valid concern in these studies. The authors review three… Expand