Ani W. Manichaikul, Ph.D.
Division of Biostatistics
Ph.D., 2008, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Biostatistics
Health System West Complex - Multistory Building Room 6111
statistical genetics, genetic epidemiology, studies of cardiovascular disease and diabetes, experimental genetics, model selection
My research lies in the areas of mathematical and statistical modeling of biological systems, with an emphasis on 2) analysis of human disease using genotype, sequence, and other high-throughput genomic data, 2) quantitative trait mapping in experimental crosses, and 3) pathway analysis and gene network modelling. I am also using integrative genomic and bioinformatic approaches toward the ultimate goal of mapping functional variants for complex genetic traits.
Chen WM, Manichaikul A, Rich SS (2009) A generalized family-based association test for dichotomous traits. Am J Hum Genet 85: 364-76.Chen WM, Manichaikul A, Rich SS (2009) A generalized family-based association test for dichotomous traits. Am J Hum Genet 85: 364-76.
Manichaikul A, Ghamsari L, Hom EFY, Lin C, Murray R, Chang RL, Balaji S, Hao T, Shen Y, Chavali A, Thiele I, Yang X, Fan C, Mello E, Hill DE, Vidal M, Salehi-Ashtiani K, Papin JA (2009) Metabolic network analysis integrated with transcript verification for sequenced genomes. Nat Methods 6: 589-92.