Chris Glazner's WWW Page
cglazner at u.washington.edu
Department of Statistics
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
I am a Ph.D. student in the University of Washington Department of Statistics. I recently defended and submitted
my dissertation, "Monte Carlo estimation of identity by descent in populations," and I officially graduate in June 2014.
More information is on my LinkedIn profile.
Pictures of set partitions.
Here is a post I wrote for Vladimir Minin's blog about functional programming and HMMs.
I am currently working as an RA for
Elizabeth Thompson with funding from NIH grant R37 GM046255. My research involves inferring coancestry between individuals in populations.
In fall 2011 I attended the long program
"Mathematical and Computational Approaches in High-throughput
Genomics" at the UCLA Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics.
- Brown, MD, CG Glazner, C Zheng and EA Thompson,
"Inferring coancestry in population samples in the presence of
linkage disequilibrium", Genetics, 2012.
- Glazner, CG and Thompson, EA, "Improving pedigree-based linkage analysis by estimating coancestry among families",
Statistical Applications in Genetics and Molecular Biology, 2012. Supporting data files can be found here.
- Thompson, EA and Glazner, CG, "Gene coancestry in pedigrees and populations",
contributed paper, ISI World Statistics Congress, 2011
- Poster from JSM 2012 (big file): pdf
- Slides from WNAR 2012 on partially phased data: pdf
- Poster from ICHG/ASHG 2011 on IBD detection and LD (presented by E Thompson) zip
- Slides from WNAR 2010 on IBD detection: pdf
B.A., UNC-Chapel Hill, 2007. Math and Economics.
Wed May 21 15:08:47 PDT 2014