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Bruce Weir develops statistical methodology for genetic data with an emphasis on allelic dependencies, population structure and relatedness, quantitative genetics, disease associations, and the use of genetic data for human identification. His most recent publication is: Aalbers S, Hipps MJ, Kennedy SR, Weir BS. 2020. Analyzing population structure for forensic STR markers in next generation sequencing data. Forensic Science International:Genetics 49: Article 10236.
Weir BS. (Editor) 1995. Human Identification: The Use of DNA Markers. Kluwer, Amsterdam.
Weir BS. 1996. Genetic Data Analysis II. Sinauer, Sunderland, MA.
Evett IW, Weir BS. 1998. Interpreting DNA Evidence. Sinauer, Sunderland, MA.
Fleming TR, Weir BS. (Editors) 2012. Proceedings of the Fourth Seattle Symposium in Biostatistics: Clinical Trials. Lecture Notes in Statistics 1205. Springer, New York.