Bernie Devlin, Ph.D.

Professor, University of Pittsburgh

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The Devlin lab has two major foci, the development or refinement of statistical methods for analysis of genetic data and the implementation of such methods to discover the genetic basis of disease and related phenotypes. On the statistical front, the lab’s major efforts involve methods appropriate for large-scale genetic studies. Much of their empirical work targets characterization of the genetic basis of autism spectrum disorder.

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Funded Projects

SFARI Funded Publications

An analytical framework for whole-genome sequence association studies and its implications for autism spectrum disorder. Werling D.M., Brand H., An J.Y., Stone M.R., Zhu L., Glessner J.T., Collins R.L., Dong S., Layer R.M., Markenscoff-Papadimitriou E., Farrell A., Schwartz G.B., Wang H.Z., Currall B.B., Zhao X., Dea J., Duhn C., Erdman C.A., Gilson M.C., Yadav R., Handsaker R.E., Kashin S., Klei L., Mandell J.D., Nowakowski T., Liu Y., Pochareddy S., Smith L., Walker M.F., Waterman M.J., He X., Kriegstein A., Rubenstein J., Sestan N., McCarroll S., Neale B.M., Coon H., Willsey J., Buxbaum J., Daly M., State M., Quinlan A., Marth G., Roeder K., Devlin B., Talkowski M., Sanders S.
Common risk variants identified in autism spectrum disorder. Grove J., Ripke S., Als T.D., Mattheisen M., Walters R., Won H., Pallesen J., Agerbo E., Andreassen O.A., Anney R., Belliveau R., Bettella F., Buxbaum J., Grauholm B.J., Bækved-Hansen M., Cerrato F., Chambert K., Christensen J.H., Churchhouse C., Dellenvall K., Demontis D., De Rubeis S., Devlin B., Djurovic S., Dumont A., Goldstein J., Hansen C.S., Hauberg M.E., Hollegaard M.V., Hope S., Howrigan D.P., Huang H., Hultman C., Klei L., Maller J., Martin J., Martin A.R., Moran J., Nyegaard M., Nærland T., Palmer D.S., Palotie A., Pedersen C.B., Pedersen M.G., Poterba T., Poulsen J.B., Saint Pourcain B., Qvist P., Rehnström K., Reichenberg A., Reichert J., Robinson E., Roeder K., Roussos P., Saemundsen E., Sandin S., Satterstrom F.K., Smith G.D., Stefansson H., Stefansson K., Steinberg S., Stevens C., Sullivan P.F., Turley P., Walters B.G., Xu X., ASD Working Group of the PGC, BUPGEN, Major Depressive Disorder Working Group of the PGC, 23andMe Research Team, Geschwind D., Nordentoft M., Hougaard D.M., Werge T., Mors O., Mortensen P.B., Neale B.M., Daly M., Børglum A.D.
Polygenic transmission disequilibrium confirms that common and rare variation act additively to create risk for autism spectrum disorders. Weiner D.J., Wigdor E.M., Ripke S., Walters R.K., Kosmicki J.A., Grove J., Samocha K.E., Goldstein J.I., Okbay A., Bybjerg-Grauholm J., Werge T., Hougaard D.M., Taylor J., iPSYCH-Board Autism Group, Psychiatric Genomics Consortium Autism Group, Skuse D., Devlin B., Anney R., Sanders S., Bishop S., Mortensen P.B., Borglum A.D., Smith G.D., Daly M., Robinson E.B.
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