Statistics Faculty Research and Publications

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  • Jiang, Yu; Huang, Yuan; Du, Yinhao; Zhao, Yinjun; Ren, Jie; Ma, Shuangge; Wu, Cen (2017)
    Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer-associated mortality in the United States and the world. Adenocarcinoma, the most common subtype of lung cancer, is generally diagnosed at the late stage with poor prognosis. In ...
  • Ren, Jie; Zhou, Fei; Li, Xiaoxi; Wu, Cen; Jiang, Yu (2020-06-22)
    Many complex diseases are known to be affected by the interactions between genetic variants and environmental exposures beyond the main genetic and environmental effects. Existing Bayesian methods for gene-environment (G×E) ...
  • Ren, Jie; Zhou, Fei; Li, Xiaoxi; Wu, Cen (2020)
    Gene-environment (G×E) interactions have important implications to elucidate the etiology of complex diseases beyond the main genetic and environmental effects. Outliers and data contamination in disease phenotypes of G×E ...
  • Zhou, Fei; Ren, Jie; Li, Xiaoxi; Wu, Cen; Jiang, Yu (2020)
    Extensive penalized variable selection methods have been developed in the past two decades for analyzing high dimensional omics data, such as gene expressions, single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), copy number variations ...
  • Ou, Z. N.; Tempelman, R. J.; Steibel, J. P.; Ernst, C. W.; Bates, R. O.; Bello, Nora M.
    Whole-genome prediction (WGP) models that use single-nucleotide polymorphism marker information to predict genetic merit of animals and plants typically assume homogeneous residual variance. However, variability is often ...

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