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Recently Published Issues
New article series, "Conversations"
See this new Genetic Epidemiology article series, Conversations, which is now featured on Wiley's Statistics Views website. Conversations articles are dialogues between journal authors and eminent scientists in the field, and will be published with free access a few times a year so that graduate students and younger scientists can develop an appreciation for the foundations of genetic epidemiology established by early leaders.
Please see the first Conversations article: Rao, D. C. (2012), "A Conversation With Professor Newton Ennis Morton". Genet. Epidemiol.
New Wiley Statistics Views Website
Please see the new Wiley website, www.Statistics Views.com, specially designed for statisticians, analysts, students, and other users of statistics as the first place to go when looking for information related to statistical research.
Online Only News
|From January 2015 (Volume 39), Genetic Epidemiology will only be available online. Because the journal will no longer appear on your desks in its distinctive print format, we would like to ensure that you are signed on to receive by email the regular electronic table of contents for each issue. To ensure that you continue to receive these, simply:|
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30 years of Genetic Epidemiology
Genetic Epidemiology is celebrating 30 years of publication! In this editorial, Andreas Ziegler and Inke R. König review the scope and propose a slightly modernized definition of the scientific discipline genetic epidemiology. This editorial was part of the presidential address, which was delivered by Andreas Ziegler at the 22nd IGES meeting in Chicago. Do you agree with their definition? You can find and read the editorial here.
Please see our new Virtual Issue: Design and Analytic Approaches in Sequencing Studies.
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