Stephanie A. Santorico, Ph.D.
University of Colorado Denver
Department of Mathematical & Statistical Science
Statistics at CU Denver
Human Medical Genetics and Genomics Program

USPS Address:
PO Box 173364
Campus Box 170
Denver, CO 80217-3364

Physical Address:
Student Commons Building
1201 Larimer St
Room 4215
Denver, CO 80204
Phone: (303) 315-1714
Fax: (303) 315-1704

Skype: sasantorico


My research interests are in the area of statistical genetics and cover many subtopics within the area. I am most fascinated by the use of inheritance in humans to understand human disease, health and associated quantitative traits. This is a running theme and motivation throughout my work. I love the interface between science and statistics and find that the best statistical methods come out of collaboration. My past work has included methods development in family-based association testing and genetics of gene expression studies. I have also worked over many other areas of statistical genetics from classical segregation studies to linkage and association studies. I am currently working on methods for genetic risk prediction and disease subtyping as well as methods for use of multivariate phenotypes in genetic association studies.

Key interests: Methods and Designs in Statistical Genetics and Genetic Epidemiology including High-Dimensional Data, Multivariate Statistical Inference, Genetic Risk Prediction and Disease Sub-typing, Variance Components Methods, Multivariate Linkage, Family-Based Association Tests, Meta-Analysis

More details on my work, including teaching interests and experience can be found in my Curriculum Vitae.