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Genetic Epidemiology Reading List

Introduction to Genetic Epidemiology, 2021/22, Semester 2
Dr Mark Iles
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Reading list

The following two books are good textbooks on the subject, although do not cover modern developments:

Duncan Thomas. Statistical methods in genetic epidemiology. Oxford University Press, 2004

Andreas Ziegler, Inke R. König, Wiley-VCH.  A statistical approach to genetic epidemiology: concepts and applications, with an e-learning platform, 2nd edition   Wiley, 2010.

The following books all consist of different chapters written by different authors with expertise in specific fields. They are useful to dip into to read about specific topics:

Genetic epidemiology : methods and applications . Melissa A. Austin, CABI, 2013.

Analysis of complex disease association studies : a practical guide. Edited by E. Zeggini and A. Morris, Elsevier 2011.

An introduction to genetic epidemiology Edited by L. J. Palmer, P. R. Burton and G. Davey Smith, The Policy Press 2010.

Genetic epidemiology Edited by M. D. Teare, Human Press 2011.

Statistical human genetics: methods and protocols, Second edition. Edited by R. C. Elston, Humana Press 2017.

This list was last updated on 02/01/2020