I am a Research Associate working with Sylvia Richardson and Mark Toshner, having completed my PhD with Chris Wallace in 2018. I work on the development of statistical methods for joint analysis of genomic datasets. I hold an undergraduate degree in mathematics and a graduate degree in clinical medicine.
- Liley J (2018) Combining controls can improve power in two-stage association studies. BMC genetics
- Liley J, Wallace C (2018) Accurate error control in high dimensional association testingusing conditional false discovery rates. bioRxiv : 414318
- Liley J, Wallace C (2018) Improved consistency in estimates of conditional false discov-ery rates increases power relative to both existing methods and parametric estimators.bioRxiv : 414326.
- Lyons P*, Peters J*, Alberici F*, Liley J* (2018) Genetically dis-tinct clinical subsets, and associations with asthma and eosinophil abundance, withineosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis. bioRxiv: 491837. *- joint first author
- Liley J, Todd JA, Wallace C (2016) A method for identifying genetic heterogeneitywithin phenotypically defined disease subgroups. Nature Genetics.
- Liley J, Wallace C (2015) A pleiotropy-informed Bayesian false discovery rate adaptedto a shared control design finds new disease associations from GWAS summary statis-tics. PLOS Genetics