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Simon Myers

Recombination and Statistical Genetics

My group's research interests focus on the area of population genetics, specifically the use of stochastic models to understand patterns of variation in samples drawn from a population.  Work is also ongoing on methods to map disease genes in admixed populations, and methods for fine-mapping association signals.  I spend part of my time in the Department of Statistics, and part of my time at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics (WTCHG).