Karl Broman is a professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison (UWM) in the Biostatistics and Medical Informatics departments. He has been employed at UWM since 2007 and previously was employed at Johns Hopkins University from 1999 - 2007. Broman's original research focus was quantitative genetics, although he has also become known for his work on reproducible research. In 2016, Broman was named a Fellow of the American Statistical Association.
Study of Bile Acids
Broman's other highly-cited papers include:
- Broman, Karl W., et al. "Comprehensive human genetic maps: individual and sex-specific variation in recombination." The American Journal of Human Genetics 63.3 (1998): 861-869.
- Broman, Karl W., et al. "R/qtl: QTL mapping in experimental crosses." Bioinformatics 19.7 (2003): 889-890.
- Churchill, Gary A., et al. "The Collaborative Cross, a community resource for the genetic analysis of complex traits." Nature genetics 36.11 (2004): 1133.
- ORCID. "Karl W Broman (0000-0002-4914-6671)". orcid.org. Retrieved 2020-04-01.
- "Karl Broman". resources.rstudio.com. Retrieved 2020-04-01.
- "Get With the Program". The Scientist Magazine®. Retrieved 2020-06-01.
- "Study of bile acids links individual's genetics and microbial gut community: Gene identified in mice affects both size of a bacterial population and bile acid levels in blood". ScienceDaily. Retrieved 2020-04-01.
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