Charalampos Papachristou


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    Research Expertise:
    Statistical Genetics | Biostatistics | Genetic Epidemiology

    My research interests are in the areas of statistical genetics, epidemiology, and applications to biological and medical studies. I primarily develops novel methodologies for analyzing data from genetic studies to identify disease susceptibility genes. I am currently involved in variety of projects some of which aim at uncovering factors affecting asthma susceptibility, reducing drug wastage in VA hospitals, building mouse models of response to leukemia treatments, and identifying genetic markers that predict drug response to cancer treatment.

    Honors and Awards:
    Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching - 2013

    Member of:
    American Statistical Association (ASA)
    International Genetic Epidemiology Society (IGES)

    Recent Academic Projects:
    Unlocking the Heritability of Methylation in Human DNA via the Use of Pedigree Data

    Haplotype-based Tests for Detecting Gene-Environment Interactions

    Exploring Factors Affecting Eating Habits of College Students

    Identifying Factors Contributing to Benign Brain Tumors (Meningiomas)

    Education/Academic qualification

    Doctor of Philosophy, doctorate, Ohio State University


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