Sharon Browning

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Research Associate Professor
Biostatistics
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Magnuson Health Sciences Center - F Wing
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PhD
Statistics
University of Washington
1999
BScHons
Mathematics
University of Auckland (New Zealand)
1995

I work on developing stochastic models for correlations between genetic variants along chromosomes, and on computationally-efficient statistical methods utilizing these models. Applications of my work include haplotype phasing, genotype imputation and detection of segments of identity by descent.

Research Associate Professor
Member of population genetics working group
2017-18 Academic Year
Faculty Research Interests
Population genetics
PhD
Statistics
University of Washington
1999
BScHons
Mathematics
University of Auckland (New Zealand)
1995

I work on developing stochastic models for correlations between genetic variants along chromosomes, and on computationally-efficient statistical methods utilizing these models. Applications of my work include haplotype phasing, genotype imputation and detection of segments of identity by descent.

Research Associate Professor
Member of population genetics working group
2017-18 Academic Year
Faculty Research Interests
Population genetics