Entries by Hailiang Huang

New members onboard materials

The 2023 ATGU welcome workshop Talks: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1f6ggFg9OBP5ZNsgMewojCkFe8tm-ONBk?usp=sharing Agenda: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LjehdFGekBP4CNOQPG5Y-K3WpjnYm7lv-vKlb4GM3SY/edit?usp=sharing   Statgen course at MGH Slides: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/or2694fo0xi180z/AADjM22rAc0XYm2gdJvse_aka?dl=0 Recordings: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/p6sfcpnouc619av/AADOSsAknwDKEv2wGi5MyEC-a?dl=0

“Analysis across Taiwan Biobank, Biobank Japan, and UK Biobank identifies hundreds of novel loci for 36 quantitative traits” published in Cell Genomics

Working with our collaborators in Taiwan and US, Mingrui Yu, Hailiang Huang and others published “Analysis across Taiwan Biobank, Biobank Japan, and UK Biobank identifies hundreds of novel loci for 36 quantitative traits” in Cell Genomics. Genome-wide association studies (GWASs) have identified tens of thousands of genetic loci associated with human complex traits. However, the […]

“Profiling the inflammatory bowel diseases using genetics, serum biomarkers, and smoking information” published in iScience

In collaboration with Dr. Dermot McGovern’s team, Ruize Liu, Hailiang Huang and others published “Profiling the inflammatory bowel diseases using genetics, serum biomarkers, and smoking information” in iScience. Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs) are globally prevalent and heavily influenced by genetics, but the majority of genetic data collected about them have come from people of European […]

“Genetic architecture of the inflammatory bowel diseases across East Asian and European ancestries” published in Nature Genetics

Working with collaborators from FinnGen, IIBDGC and various East Asian countries, we published “Genetic architecture of the inflammatory bowel diseases across East Asian and European ancestries” in Nature Genetics. Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs) are globally prevalent and heavily influenced by genetics, but the majority of genetic data collected about them have come from people of […]