Genetic Epidemiology Methods Video Series

The following ten lectures were taped at the 2006 Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Clinical Research Methods Summer Session by the Seattle VA Epidemiologic Research and Information Center (ERIC) in collaboration with the University of Washington.

Part 01: Course Overview and Introduction to Commingling Analysis (UWTV)
Dr. Karen Edwards introduces commingling analysis and describes genetic epidemiology software resources available on the Web.

Part 02: Commingling Analysis: Applications, Challenges and Software (UWTV)
Dr. Karen Edwards describes commingling analysis applications and challenges and demonstrates NOCOM commingling analysis software.

Part 03: Twin Studies and Familial Correlations (UWTV)
Dr. Karen Edwards discusses study designs that utilize twin data and familial correlations and outlines their limitations.

Part 04: Segregation Analysis (UWTV)
Dr. Karen Edwards describes segregation analysis concepts, value, limitations and data interpretation.

Part 05: Linkage Analysis and Pedigree Checking (UWTV)
Dr. Karen Edwards describes linkage analysis and relevant statistical approaches and discusses pedigree structure and checking.

Part 06: Non-Parametric Linkage Analysis (UWTV)
Dr. Karen Edwards emphasizes the big picture behind genetic epidemiology and linkage analysis and compares parametric and non-parametric linkage analysis.

Part 07: Genetic Association Studies: Pitfalls and Challenges (UWTV)
Dr. Karen Edwards discusses genetic association studies and compares them to family based tests of association.

Part 08: Genetic Association Study Types and Family-Based Tests of Association (UWTV)
Dr. Karen Edwards discusses genetic association study types and family-based tests of association.

Part 09: Linkage Disequilibrium (UWTV)
Dr. Karen Edwards discusses linkage disequilibrium and examines its value and measures.

Part 10: SNP Selection and Haplotype Analysis (UWTV)
Dr. Karen Edwards discusses approaches to single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) selection and the haplotype map (HapMap) project.

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