Matthieu Bouaziz

Doctorant (CIFRE)

tel : +33 1 60 87 38 05
fax : +33 1 60 87 38 09

Laboratoire Statistique et Génome
23 boulevard de France
91037 Évry, France

Research Interests

  • Analysis of genetic data
  • Genome-Wide association studies
  • Multiple-testing
  • Population Stratification
  • Clustering methods

PhD topic

Statistical methods to account for different sources of bias in Genome-Wide association studies


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List of publications by bouaziz ordered by year
Journal article
  • Independent replication and metaanalysis of association studies establish TNFSF4 as a susceptibility gene preferentially associated with the subset of anticentromere-positive patients with systemic sclerosis.
    Coustet, B. and Bouaziz, M. and Dieudé, P. and Guedj, M. and Bossini-Castillo, L. and Et, Al.
    J Rheumatol Vol. 39 No. 5 pp. 997--1003
  • SHIPS: Spectral Hierarchical Clustering for the Inference of Population Structure in Genetic Studies
    Bouaziz, M. and Paccard, C. and Guedj, M. and Ambroise, C.
    PloS One Vol. 7 No. 10 pp. e45685
  • TGFbeta receptor gene variants in systemic sclerosis-related pulmonary arterial hypertension: results from a multicentre EUSTAR study of European Caucasian patients.
    Koumakis, E. and Wipff, J. and Dieudé, P. and Ruiz, B. and Bouaziz, M. and Et, Al.
    Ann Rheum Dis Vol. 71 No. 11 pp. 1900--1903
  • Statistical methods to account for different sources of bias in Genome-Wide association studies
    Bouaziz, M.
    Thèse de doctorat, Université d'Évry val d'Essonne   
Book chapter
  • Multiple-testing in large-scale genetic studies
    Bouaziz, M. and Jeanmougin, M. and Guedj, M.
    Bonin A, Pompanon F eds, Methods in Molecular Biology Series, Humana Press.
Journal article
  • Accounting for Population Stratification in Practice: a Comparison of the Main Strategies Dedicated to Genome-Wide Association Studies
    Bouaziz, M. and Ambroise, C. and Guedj, M.
    PLOS one Vol. 6 No. 12
  • C8orf13-BLK is a genetic risk locus for systemic sclerosis and has additive effects with BANK1: results from a large french cohort and meta-analysis.
    Coustet, B. and Dieudé, P. and Guedj, M. and Bouaziz, M. and Avouac, J. and Et, Al.
    Arthritis Rheum Vol. 63 No. 7 pp. 2091--2096
  • Evidence of the contribution of the X chromosome to systemic sclerosis susceptibility: association with the functional IRAK1 196Phe/532Ser haplotype.
    Dieudé, P. and Bouaziz, M. and Guedj, M. and Riemekasten, G. and Airo, P. and Al, Et.
    Arthritis Rheum Vol. 63 No. 12 pp. 3979--3987
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