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5 questions on dengue vaccine analysis

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research
June 20, 2018
Asked to help re-examine clinical trial data, Fred Hutch biostatisticians foresee a new era of personalized vaccines.
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UW researchers contribute to international study finding genetic link to psychiatric disorders

UW Department of Epidemiology
June 27, 2018
UW Biostatistics researchers Ellen Wijsman and Kenneth Rice contributed to this study relating to similar gene variations in psychiatric brain disorders.
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DNA apps promise deeper insights for consumers – but at what cost?

The Conversation
May 21, 2018
What genetic and personal information are people exposing when they upload information to third-party sites? There is no blanket answer according to UW Biostatistics Research Scientist and PhD Candidate Sarah Catherine Nelson.
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Oral Cholera Vaccine May Miss the Mark for Younger Children

SPH News, March 29, 2018
March 29, 2018
An international group of researchers used the trial data to compare vaccine efficacy and cholera risk between three different age groups: children younger than 5 years, 5 to under 15 years, and those 15 years and older. The research team included biostatisticians from the University of Washington School of Public Health and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
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School of Public Health Researchers Take Part in Largest-Ever Genetic Study of Stroke

SPH News, April 3, 2018
April 3, 2018
Co-authors include UW Biostat researchers Kenneth Rice, Cathy Laurie, Quenna Wong and Tracy Bartz as well as other UW School of Public Health scientists
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Oral Cholera Vaccine Efficacy in Young Children

BMC Infectious Diseases
March 29, 2018
Re-analysis by UW Biostat faculty Youyi Fong and M. Elizabeth Halloran finds oral cholera vaccine efficacy higher when administered to children 5 years and older compared to children under 5.
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Modern humans interbred with Denisovans more than once

March 19, 2018
Humans in Asia and Oceania met, mingled, and bred with Denisovans at least twice.
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Interbreeding Surprise! More Denisovans in Our Family Tree

Discover Magazine
March 19, 2018
Hey, sex happens. And apparently, whenever our ancestors met up with other members of the genus Homo, it happened a lot.
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