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Conference Presentations

    C Wang, L Liang, GR Abecasis, X Lin. Tracing individual ancestry in a principal components space. The American Society of Human Genetics 63rd Annual Meeting, Boston, USA, October 2013. (Platform talk, Trainee Award Semifinalist)

    C Wang, X Zhan, S Zöllner, GR Abecasis. Estimating individual ancestry using next generation sequencing. CSHL Meeting "The Biology of Genomes", Cold Spring Harbor, New York, USA, May 2013. (Poster)

    C Wang, X Zhan, S Zöllner, GR Abecasis. Estimating individual ancestry using next generation sequencing. HHMI Janelia Conference "Biological Sequence Analysis and Probabilistic Models", Ashburn, Virginia, USA, March 2013. (Poster and blitz talk)

    C Wang, X Zhan, S Zöllner, GR Abecasis. Estimating individual ancestry from extremely low-coverage sequencing data. The 6th Annual PQG Conference "Sequencing and Complex Traits: beyond 1000 Genomes", Boston Massachusetts, USA, November 2012. (Platform talk, Stellar Abstract Award)

    C Wang, NA Rosenberg. A quantitative comparison of the similarity between genes and geography in worldwide human populations. The 12th International Congress of Human Genetics & The American Society of Human Genetics 61st Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, October 2011. (Poster)

    C Wang, KB Schroeder, NA Rosenberg. A maximum likelihood genotype imputation method to correct for allelic dropout in microsatellite data. ENAR Spring Meeting, Miami Florida, USA, March 2011. (Platform talk)

    C Wang, KB Schroeder, NA Rosenberg. A genotype imputation method for allelic dropout in microsatellite data. The American Society of Human Genetics 60th Annual Meeting, Washington DC, USA, November 2010. (Poster)

    C Wang, NA Rosenberg. Comparing spatial maps of genetic variation and geographic locations using Procrustes analysis. EMBO|EMBL Symposium "Human Variation: Cause and Consequence", Heidelberg, Germany, June 2010. (Poster)

    C Wang, ZA Szpiech, J Degnan, M Jakobsson, TJ Pemberton, JA Hardy, AB Singleton, NA Rosenberg. Comparing spatial maps of population-genetic variation using Procrustes analysis. The American Society of Human Genetics 59th Annual Meeting, Honolulu Hawaii, USA, October 2009. (Poster)