Selected papers and talks
Vattathil S, Scheet, P. 2013. Haplotype-based profiling of subtle allelic imbalance with SNP arrays. Genome Research
San Lucas FA, Wang G, Scheet P, Peng B. 2012. Integrated annotation and analysis of genetic variants from next-generation sequencing studies with variant tools. Bioinformatics
San Lucas FA, Rosenberg NA, Scheet P. 2011. Haploscope: a tool for the graphical display of haplotype structure in populations. Genetic Epidemiology
Yang JJ et al. 2011. Ancestry and pharmacogenomics of relapse in acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Nature Genetics
Zheng J, Li Y, Abecasis GR, Scheet P. 2011. A comparison of approaches to account for uncertainty in analysis of imputed genotypes. Genetic Epidemiology 35:102-10.
Huang L, Li Y, Singleton AB, Hardy JA, Abecasis G, Rosenberg NA, Scheet P. Genotype-imputation accuracy across worldwide human populations. Am J Hum Genet. 2009 Feb;84(2):235-50.
P. Scheet, M. Stephens. 2008. Linkage disequilibrium-based quality control for large-scale genetic studies. PLoS Genetics 4(8): e1000147
M. Jakobsson*, S. W. Scholz*, P. Scheet*, J Raphael Gibbs, J. M. VanLiere, H. Fung, Z. A. Szpiech, J. H. Degnan, R. Guerreiro, J. M. Bras, J. C. Schymick, D. Hernandez, B. J. Traynor, J. Simon-Sanchez, M Matarin, A. Britton, J. van de Leemput, I. Rafferty, H. M. Cann, J. A. Hardy, N. A. Rosenberg, A. B. Singleton. 2008. Genotype, haplotype, and copy number variation in worldwide human populations. Nature 451(7181):998-1003.
Scheet, P and Stephens, M (2006) A Fast and Flexible Statistical Model for Large-Scale Population Genotype Data: Applications to Inferring Missing Genotypes and Haplotypic Phase. American Journal of Human Genetics 78: 629-644
Stephens, M and Scheet, P (2005). Accounting for Decay of Linkage Disequilibrium in Haplotype Inference and Missing-Data Imputation. American Journal Human Genetics, 76:449-462.
For additional publications, please see my PubMed entry.
- (May) Invited talk. Making Sense of the Sequence National Cancer Inst. Rockville
- (March) Invited talk. Statistcal Cancer Genomics. Dept. of Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Baltimore
- (January) Invited talk. 25 Years of the Netherlands Twin Register (sponsored by The Netherlands Royal Academy of Science). Amsterdam, NL
- (S. Vattathil; May) Platform talk. 2012 CSHL Meeting on The Biology of Genomes
- (February) Invited talk. Deparment of Epidemiology, St. Jude Children's Research Hostpital, Memphis, TN
- (January) Invited talk. Deparment of Human Genetics, Emory University, Atlanta, GA
- (January) Invited talk. Division of Statistics, University of Texas, Austin, TX
- (January) Invited seminar. UAB, Birmingham, AL
- (April) Invited seminar. CWRU. Cleveland, OH
- (April) Invited seminar. UCSF. San Francisco, CA
- (June) Invited seminar. UCLA. Los Angeles, CA
- (June) Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA
- (August) Invited talk. Joint Statistical Meetings. Miami, FL
- (October) Invited talk. CHARGE Consortium, Los Angeles, CA
- (November) Invited talk. Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
- Rare variation and complex human phenotypes. (October.) Invited talk. Eighth International Workshop on Pharmacodynamics of AntiCancer Agents, Hakone, Japan.
- Genotype Imputation and Inference from Low‐coverage “NextGen” Sequence Data. (April.) Invited lecture. GARNET Steering Committee Meeting, Washington, DC, USA
- Modeling Population Haplotype Variation from Arbitrary Genotype Data. (March.) Invited talk. ENAR, New Orleans, LA, USA
- A Statistical Model for Population Genetic Variation. (January.) Invited talk. International Conference on Statistics, Probability, Operations Research, Computer Science and Allied Areas. Andhra University, Vishakapatnam, India.