Iuliana Ionita-Laza

Associate Professor
Department of Biostatistics
Columbia University

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Statistical genetics. My main research interests lie at the interface between statistics and genetics. I am particularly interested in developing statistical and computational methods for the analysis of high-dimensional genetic data, such as generated by next-generation sequencing technologies. I am also involved in applications of such methods to psychiatric diseases, including autism spectrum disorders and schizophrenia. Below is a list of recent and selected publications. Funding

I am the principal investigator of the following grants:

Some professional activities

I am an associate editor for Biometrics.

Recent selected conferences I have been involved with: Harvard PQG (November 2009), IPAM, UCLA Workshop (December 2011), Harvard PQG (November 2012), ENAR (March 2013), MAGES (UPenn, May 2013), Lipari Summer School (July 2013), JSM (August 2013), MSKCC Workshop (August 2013), Banff Statistical Genetics Workshop (June 2014), JSM (August 2014), MAGES (UPenn, May 2015), Summer School, Angers (July 2015), JSM (August 2015), INFORMS 2015 Annual Meeting (November 2015)

Seminars of interest (NY area): Gotham Seminar on Genomics and Statistics, Genetic Epidemiology Seminar, Biostatistics Colloquium, NY Genome Center

Institute for Data Sciences and Engineering


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E-mail: ii2135@columbia.edu

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