Xiaoquan (William) Wen, University of Michigan

Xiaoquan (William) Wen

Address: Department of Biostatistics
University of Michigan
1415 Washiton Heights Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA
Office: 4517 SPH II
Email: xwen "at sign" umich dot edu
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Selected Recent Publications (Complete publications can be found in my google scholar page )
  • Wen, X. A Unified View of False Discovery Rate Control: Reconciliation of Bayesian and Frequentist Approaches [arxiv preprint]
  • Wen, X., Pique-Regi, R., Luca, F. Integrating Molecular QTL Data into Genome-wide Genetic Association Analysis: Probabilistic Assessment of Enrichment and Colocalization. PLOS Genetics. 2017 Mar 13(3): e1006646. [full text][bioRxiv pre-print] [software]
  • Wen, X. Molecular QTL Discovery Incorporating Genomic Annotations using Bayesian False Discovery Rate Control. Annals of Applied Statistics 2016 Sep 10(3):1619-1638 [full text] [pre-print] [supplementary file] [software]
  • Wen, X. Robust Bayesian FDR control using Bayes Factors, with Applications to Multi-tissue eQTL Discovery. Statistics in Biosciences (Special Issue of Statistics and Genomics: Emerging Issues and Solutions). : 1-22 doi: 10.1007/s12561-016-9153-0 [full text] [arXiv pre-print] [R code] [blog post]
  • Wen, X, Lee, Y., Luca, F., Pique-Regi, R. Efficient Integrative Multi-SNP Association Analysis via Deterministic Approximation of Posteriors. American Journal of Human Genetics 2016 June 98(6): 1114-1129.[full text] [bioRxiv pre-print] [software]
  • Moyerbrailean, GA., Harvey, C., Kalita, C., Wen, X., Luca, F., Pique-Regi, R. Which Genetics Variants in DNase-Seq Footprints Are More Likely to Alter Binding? PLOS Genetics. 2016 Feb 12(2):e1005875. [full text] [bioRxiv pre-print]
  • Harvey, C., Moyebrailean, GA., Davis, O., Wen, X., Luca, F., Pique-Regi, R. QuASAR: Quantitative Allele Specific Analysis of Reads. Bioinformatics. 2014 Dec btu802. [full text] [bioRxiv pre-print]
  • Li, S., Mukherjee, B., Taylor, JM., Rice, KM., Wen, X., Rice, JD., Stringham, HM., Boehnke, M. The role of environmental heterogeneity in meta-analysis of gene-environment interactions with quantitative traits. Genetic Epidemiology 2014 Jul 38(5):416-29. [full text]
  • Wen, X. Bayesian Model Selection in Complex Linear Systems, as Illustrated in Genetic Association Studies. Biometrics. 2014 Mar 70(1):73-83.[full text] [arXiv pre-print] [software]
  • Wen, X. and Stephens, M. Bayesian Methods for Genetic Association Analysis with Heterogeneous Subgroups: from Meta-Analyses to Gene-Environment Interactions. Annals of Applied Statistics.2014 Mar 8(1):176-203. [full text] [arXiv pre-print] [software]
  • GTEx Consortium. The Genotype-Tissue Expression (GTEx) project. Nature Genetics. 2013 Jun 45(6):580-5. [full text]
  • Flutre, T.*, Wen, X.*, Pritchard, J., Stephens, M. A Statistical Framework for Joint eQTL Analysis in Multiple Tissues. PLOS Genetics. 2013 May 9(5): e1003486. [full text] [software] (* joint first author)