|Course ID||Course Name||Instructor||Semester||Time | Day|
|HGEN 619||Quantitative Genetics||Hermine Maes||Fall||9:00-12:00 | T|
The effects of genes and environment on complex human traits with emphasis on: Genetic architecture and evolution; non-genetic inheritance; mate selection; developmental change; sex-effects; genotype-environment interaction; resolving cause from effect; design of genetic studies, statistical methods and computer algorithms for genetic data analysis. Applications in R and OpenMx.
Terms: Fall | Credits: 3 | Grading: A-F
Schedule for HGEN 619
August thru December || Tue 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
My research focuses on understanding the etiology and trajectories of tobacco use and abuse using meta-analyses of adolescent tobacco use data, as well as heterogeneity, developmental, survival and twin-parent analyses