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Review''This book is well organized and logically developed, such that concepts are covered in broad strokes, revisited in greater detail, and connected together. ...this is a very thorough treatise of the spectrum of methods that collectively define genetic epidemiology.'' — Annals of Epidemiology''...Statistical Methods in Genetic Epidemiology is a most welcome volume that all readers...should consider having on their bookshelves. It seems likely that this will serve as a classic text for many years to come.'' — American Journal of Human Genetics''This is a clear succinct tour of the analytical side of genetic epidemiology. There is a suitable balance of biology and statistical details and the text is well pitched for its target audience of graduate epidemiologists, biostatisticians, and human geneticists.'' — International Journal of EpidemiologyProduct DescriptionUniv. of Southern California, Los Angeles. Focuses on methods of identifying the joint effects of genes and environment on disease patterns. Features the study designs and statistical analysis techniques for determining whether a trait runs in families, estimating the parameters of genetic model, or whether a genetic tendency is due to genetic or environmental factors.
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Thomas Dionysius Clark (July 14, 1903 – June 28, 2005) was perhaps Kentucky's most notable historian. Clark saved from destruction a large portion of Kentucky's printed history, which later become a core body of documents in the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives.
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