Indiana University at Bloomington
March 27, 2013 and March 28, 2013.
Department of Statistics:
Examining the Relative Influence of familial, Genetic and Covariate
Information in Flexible Risk Models
Does Life Span Run in Families, and If So, Why?
Poster announcing the Flury Lecture
The Statistics Department talk is based on a paper of
the same name which has apeared
in PNAS, May 19, 2009, p 8123-8127
See also "Framework for kernel regularization with application
to protein clustering",
PNAS, Aug 30, 2005, p 12332-12337
here which focusses on dissimilarity information.
A related work, regarding dissimilarity information on manifolds is discussed
in "Robust manifold unfolding with kernel regularization"
A review of these three papers is in "Encoding dissimilarity data for statistical
The Flury talk is based on Corrada Bravo et al,
"Using Distance Correlation and SS-ANOVA to assess associations of
familial relationships, lifestyls factors, diseases, and mortality"
PNAS, December 11, 2012, p 20352-20357
All preprints since late 1993
Some `golden oldies' scanned for the web
Grace Wahba's list of publications
Grace Wahba's home page