X
Search Filters
Format Format
Subjects Subjects
Subjects Subjects
X
Sort by Item Count (A-Z)
Filter by Count
humans (37) 37
index medicus (22) 22
male (20) 20
article (19) 19
genetics (19) 19
genomics (18) 18
female (16) 16
race (14) 14
middle aged (13) 13
adult (12) 12
genetics & heredity (12) 12
genome, human (11) 11
genetic research (10) 10
multidisciplinary sciences (10) 10
research (10) 10
genetic predisposition to disease (9) 9
genetic variation (9) 9
risk assessment (9) 9
african americans (8) 8
aged (8) 8
apoe (8) 8
ethnicity (8) 8
health disparities (8) 8
genetic testing (7) 7
haplotypes - genetics (7) 7
human genetics (7) 7
risk factors (7) 7
young adult (7) 7
aged, 80 and over (6) 6
analysis (6) 6
disease (6) 6
education (6) 6
genes (6) 6
health (6) 6
human genome (6) 6
human genome project (6) 6
polymorphism (6) 6
polymorphism, single nucleotide - genetics (6) 6
sickle cell disease (6) 6
surveys and questionnaires (6) 6
alzheimer disease - genetics (5) 5
attitudes (5) 5
ethics (5) 5
genealogy (5) 5
genetic screening (5) 5
health aspects (5) 5
medicine, general & internal (5) 5
polymorphism, single nucleotide (5) 5
socioeconomic factors (5) 5
adolescent (4) 4
alzheimer (4) 4
biomedicine (4) 4
chromosome (4) 4
continental population groups - genetics (4) 4
gene frequency (4) 4
genetic aspects (4) 4
genetic counseling (4) 4
genetics, population (4) 4
genome-wide association study (4) 4
genomes (4) 4
genotype (4) 4
haplotypes (4) 4
international cooperation (4) 4
medical ethics (4) 4
medical genetics (4) 4
methods (4) 4
personalized medicine (4) 4
public health (4) 4
risk (4) 4
selection, genetic (4) 4
united states (4) 4
united-states (4) 4
1st-degree relatives (3) 3
accuracy (3) 3
africa (3) 3
african american (3) 3
african americans - genetics (3) 3
african continental ancestry group (3) 3
algorithms (3) 3
alzheimer's disease (3) 3
ancestry (3) 3
anemia, sickle cell - psychology (3) 3
apoe genotype (3) 3
apolipoprotein-e genotype (3) 3
association (3) 3
bioethics (3) 3
biomedical-research (3) 3
cancer (3) 3
children (3) 3
diversity (3) 3
evolutionary biology (3) 3
genetic variation - genetics (3) 3
genome (3) 3
genome, human - genetics (3) 3
genome-wide association (3) 3
genotype & phenotype (3) 3
health knowledge, attitudes, practice (3) 3
medical screening (3) 3
medicine (3) 3
mutation (3) 3
more...
Library Location Library Location
Language Language
Publication Date Publication Date
Click on a bar to filter by decade
Slide to change publication date range


Current Anthropology, ISSN 0011-3204, 10/2019, Volume 60, Issue 5, pp. 637 - 655
Genetic ancestry testing (GAT) provides a specific type of knowledge about ancestry not previously available to the general public, prompting questions about... 
Leadership | Medical technology | Colonialism | Social networks | Genetics | Focus groups | Cultural identity | Genetic testing | General public | Governance | Trauma | Community
Journal Article
ISSN 0011-3204, 10/2019, Volume 60, Issue 5, pp. 637 - 655
Genetic ancestry testing (GAT) provides a specific type of knowledge about ancestry not previously available to the general public, prompting questions about... 
Journal Article
Journal Article
by Frazer, Kelly A and Ballinger, Dennis G and Cox, David R and Hinds, David A and Stuve, Laura L and Gibbs, Richard A and Belmont, John W and Boudreau, Andrew and Hardenbol, Paul and Leal, Suzanne M and Pasternak, Shiran and Wheeler, David A and Willis, Thomas D and Yu, Fuli and Yang, Huanming and Zeng, Changqing and Gao, Yang and Hu, Haoran and Hu, Weitao and Li, Chaohua and Lin, Wei and Liu, Siqi and Pan, Hao and Tang, Xiaoli and Wang, Jian and Wang, Wei and Yu, Jun and Zhang, Bo and Zhang, Qingrun and Zhao, Hongbin and Zhao, Hui and Zhou, Jun and Gabriel, Stacey B and Barry, Rachel and Blumenstiel, Brendan and Camargo, Amy and Defelice, Matthew and Faggart, Maura and Goyette, Mary and Gupta, Supriya and Moore, Jamie and Nguyen, Huy and Onofrio, Robert C and Parkin, Melissa and Roy, Jessica and Stahl, Erich and Winchester, Ellen and Ziaugra, Liuda and Altshuler, David and Shen, Yan and Yao, Zhijian and Huang, Wei and Chu, Xun and He, Yungang and Jin, Li and Liu, Yangfan and Shen, Yayun and Sun, Weiwei and Wang, Haifeng and Wang, Yi and Wang, Ying and Xiong, Xiaoyan and Xu, Liang and Waye, Mary M. Y and Tsui, Stephen K. W and Xue, Hong and Wong, J. Tze-Fei and Galver, Luana M and Fan, Jian-Bing and Gunderson, Kevin and Murray, Sarah S and Oliphant, Arnold R and Chee, Mark S and Montpetit, Alexandre and Chagnon, Fanny and Ferretti, Vincent and Leboeuf, Martin and Olivier, Jean-François and Phillips, Michael S and Roumy, Stéphanie and Sallée, Clémentine and Verner, Andrei and Hudson, Thomas J and Kwok, Pui-Yan and Cai, Dongmei and Koboldt, Daniel C and Miller, Raymond D and Pawlikowska, Ludmila and Taillon-Miller, Patricia and Xiao, Ming and Tsui, Lap-Chee and Mak, William and You, Qiang Song and Tam, Paul K. H and Nakamura, Yusuke and Kawaguchi, Takahisa and Kitamoto, Takuya and Morizono, Takashi and Nagashima, Atsushi and Ohnishi, Yozo and ... and Int HapMap Consortium and International HapMap Consortium and The International HapMap Consortium
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 10/2007, Volume 449, Issue 7164, pp. 851 - 861
Journal Article
Medical Teacher, ISSN 0142-159X, 03/2019, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp. 275 - 281
A disease-focused course entitled "Understanding Sickle Cell Disease: A Biopsychosocial Approach" addressed the complex nature of SCD using patient-centered,... 
CURRICULUM | IMPACT | HEALTH CARE SCIENCES & SERVICES | NURSES | EDUCATION | EDUCATION, SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINES | ATTITUDES | CARE
Journal Article
by Sabeti, Pardis C and Varilly, Patrick and Fry, Ben and Lohmueller, Jason and Hostetter, Elizabeth and Cotsapas, Chris and Xie, Xiaohui and Byrne, Elizabeth H and McCarroll, Steven A and Gaudet, Rachelle and Schaffner, Stephen F and Lander, Eric S and Frazer, Kelly A and Ballinger, Dennis G and Cox, David R and Hinds, David A and Stuve, Laura L and Gibbs, Richard A and Belmont, John W and Boudreau, Andrew and Hardenbol, Paul and Leal, Suzanne M and Pasternak, Shiran and Wheeler, David A and Willis, Thomas D and Yu, Fuli and Yang, Huanming and Zeng, Changqing and Gao, Yang and Hu, Haoran and Hu, Weitao and Li, Chaohua and Lin, Wei and Liu, Siqi and Pan, Hao and Tang, Xiaoli and Wang, Jian and Wang, Wei and Yu, Jun and Zhang, Bo and Zhang, Qingrun and Zhao, Hongbin and Zhao, Hui and Zhou, Jun and Gabriel, Stacey B and Barry, Rachel and Blumenstiel, Brendan and Camargo, Amy and Defelice, Matthew and Faggart, Maura and Goyette, Mary and Gupta, Supriya and Moore, Jamie and Nguyen, Huy and Onofrio, Robert C and Parkin, Melissa and Roy, Jessica and Stahl, Erich and Winchester, Ellen and Ziaugra, Liuda and Altshuler, David and Shen, Yan and Yao, Zhijian and Huang, Wei and Chu, Xun and He, Yungang and Jin, Li and Liu, Yangfan and Shen, Yayun and Sun, Weiwei and Wang, Haifeng and Wang, Yi and Wang, Ying and Xiong, Xiaoyan and Xu, Liang and Waye, Mary M. Y and Tsui, Stephen K. W and Xue, Hong and Wong, J. Tze-Fei and Galver, Luana M and Fan, Jian-Bing and Gunderson, Kevin and Murray, Sarah S and Oliphant, Arnold R and Chee, Mark S and Montpetit, Alexandre and Chagnon, Fanny and Ferretti, Vincent and Leboeuf, Martin and Olivier, Jean-François and Phillips, Michael S and Roumy, Stéphanie and Sallée, Clémentine and Verner, Andrei and Hudson, Thomas J and Kwok, Pui-Yan and Cai, Dongmei and Koboldt, Daniel C and Miller, Raymond D and Pawlikowska, Ludmila and ... and Int HapMap Consortium and International HapMap Consortium and The International HapMap Consortium
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 10/2007, Volume 449, Issue 7164, pp. 913 - 918
Journal Article
by Belmont, John W and Hardenbol, Paul and Willis, Thomas D and Yu, Fuli and Yang, Huanming and Ch'Ang, Lan-Yang and Huang, Wei and Liu, Bin and Shen, Yan and Tam, Paul Kwong-Hang and Tsui, Lap-Chee and Waye, Mary Miu Yee and Wong, Jeffrey Tze-Fei and Zeng, Changqing and Zhang, Qingrun and Chee, Mark S and Galver, Luana M and Kruglyak, Semyon and Murray, Sarah S and Oliphant, Arnold R and Montpetit, Alexandre and Chagnon, Fanny and Ferretti, Vincent and Leboeuf, Martin and Phillips, Michael S and Verner, Andrei and Duan, Shenghui and Lind, Denise L and Miller, Raymond D and Rice, John and Saccone, Nancy L and Taillon-Miller, Patricia and Xiao, Ming and Sekine, Akihiro and Sorimachi, Koki and Tanaka, Yoichi and Tsunoda, Tatsuhiko and Yoshino, Eiji and Bentley, David R and Hunt, Sarah and Powell, Don and Zhang, Houcan and Matsuda, Ichiro and Fukushima, Yoshimitsu and Macer, Darryl R and Suda, Eiko and Rotimi, Charles and Adebamowo, Clement A and Aniagwu, Toyin and Marshall, Patricia A and Matthew, Olayemi and Nkwodimmah, Chibuzor and Royal, Charmaine D. M and Leppert, Mark F and Dixon, Missy and Cunningham, Fiona and Kanani, Ardavan and Thorisson, Gudmundur A and Chen, Peter E and Cutler, David J and Kashuk, Carl S and Donnelly, Peter and Marchini, Jonathan and McVean, Gilean A. T and Myers, Simon R and Cardon, Lon R and Morris, Andrew and Weir, Bruce S and Mullikin, James C and Feolo, Michael and Daly, Mark J and Qiu, Renzong and Kent, Alastair and Dunston, Georgia M and Kato, Kazuto and Niikawa, Norio and Watkin, Jessica and Gibbs, Richard A and Sodergren, Erica and Weinstock, George M and Wilson, Richard K and Fulton, Lucinda L and Rogers, Jane and Birren, Bruce W and Han, Hua and Wang, Hongguang and Godbout, Martin and Wallenburg, John C and L'Archevêque, Paul and Bellemare, Guy and Todani, Kazuo and Fujita, Takashi and Tanaka, Satoshi and Holden, Arthur L and Collins, Francis S and Brooks, Lisa D and McEwen, Jean E and Guyer, Mark S and Jordan, Elke and Peterson, Jane L and ... and Int HapMap Consortium and International HapMap Consortium and The International HapMap Consortium
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 12/2003, Volume 426, Issue 6968, pp. 789 - 796
Journal Article
by Belmont, John W and Boudreau, Andrew and Leal, Suzanne M and Hardenbol, Paul and Pasternak, Shiran and Wheeler, David A and Willis, Thomas D and Yu, Fuli and Yang, Huanming and Gao, Yang and Hu, Haoran and Hu, Weitao and Li, Chaohua and Lin, Wei and Liu, Siqi and Pan, Hao and Tang, Xiaoli and Wang, Jian and Wang, Wei and Yu, Jun and Zhang, Bo and Zhang, Qingrun and Zhao, Hongbin and Zhou, Jun and Barry, Rachel and Blumenstiel, Brendan and Camargo, Amy and Defelice, Matthew and Faggart, Maura and Goyette, Mary and Gupta, Supriya and Moore, Jamie and Nguyen, Huy and Parkin, Melissa and Roy, Jessica and Stahl, Erich and Winchester, Ellen and Altshuler, David and Shen, Yan and Yao, Zhijian and Huang, Wei and Chu, Xun and He, Yungang and Jin, Li and Liu, Yangfan and Shen, Yayun and Sun, Weiwei and Wang, Haifeng and Wang, Yi and Wang, Ying and Xiong, Xiaoyan and Xu, Liang and Waye, Mary M. Y and Tsui, Stephen K. W and Xue, Hong and Wong, J. Tze-Fei and Galver, Launa M and Fan, Jian-Bing and Murray, Sarah S and Oliphant, Arnold R and Chee, Mark S and Montpetit, Alexandre and Chagnon, Fanny and Ferretti, Vincent and Leboeuf, Martin and Olivier, Jean-François and Phillips, Michael S and Roumy, Stéphanie and Sallée, Clémentine and Verner, Andrei and Hudson, Thomas J and Frazer, Kelly A and Ballinger, Dennis G and Cox, David R and Hinds, David A and Stuve, Laura L and Kwok, Pui-Yan and Cai, Dongmei and Koboldt, Daniel C and Miller, Raymond D and Pawlikowska, Ludmila and Taillon-Miller, Patricia and Xiao, Ming and Tsui, Lap-Chee and Mak, William and Sham, Pak C and Song, You Qiang and Tam, Paul K. H and Nakamura, Yusuke and Kawaguchi, Takahisa and Kitamoto, Takuya and Morizono, Takashi and Nagashima, Atsushi and Ohnishi, Yozo and Sekine, Akihiro and Tanaka, Toshihiro and Deloukas, Panos and Bird, Christine P and Delgado, Marcos and Dermitzakis, Emmanouil T and ... and Int HapMap Consortium and International HapMap Consortium and The International HapMap Consortium
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 10/2005, Volume 437, Issue 7063, pp. 1299 - 1320
Journal Article