Tian Ge
Tian Ge
Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School
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Genomic relationships, novel loci, and pleiotropic mechanisms across eight psychiatric disorders
PH Lee, V Anttila, H Won, YCA Feng, J Rosenthal, Z Zhu, EM Tucker-Drob, ...
Cell 179 (7), 1469-1482. e11, 2019
Polygenic prediction via Bayesian regression and continuous shrinkage priors
T Ge, CY Chen, Y Ni, YCA Feng, JW Smoller
Nature Communications 10 (1), 1-10, 2019
The genetic architecture of the human cerebral cortex
KL Grasby, N Jahanshad, JN Painter, L Colodro-Conde, J Bralten, ...
Science 367 (6484), 2020
Depression uncouples brain hate circuit
H Tao, S Guo, T Ge, KM Kendrick, Z Xue, Z Liu, J Feng
Molecular Psychiatry 18 (1), 101-111, 2013
Novel genetic loci underlying human intracranial volume identified through genome-wide association
HHH Adams, DP Hibar, V Chouraki, JL Stein, PA Nyquist, ME Rentería, ...
Nature Neuroscience 19 (12), 1569-1582, 2016
Phenome-wide heritability analysis of the UK Biobank
T Ge, CY Chen, BM Neale, MR Sabuncu, JW Smoller
PLoS Genetics 13 (4), e1006711, 2017
Genetics of the connectome
PM Thompson, T Ge, DC Glahn, N Jahanshad, TE Nichols
NeuroImage 80, 475-488, 2013
Transcriptional profiles of supragranular-enriched genes associate with corticocortical network architecture in the human brain
FM Krienen, BTT Yeo, T Ge, RL Buckner, CC Sherwood
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (4), E469-E478, 2016
Global signal regression strengthens association between resting-state functional connectivity and behavior
J Li, R Kong, R Liégeois, C Orban, Y Tan, N Sun, AJ Holmes, ...
NeuroImage 196, 126-141, 2019
Resting brain dynamics at different timescales capture distinct aspects of human behavior
R Liégeois, J Li, R Kong, C Orban, D Van De Ville, T Ge, MR Sabuncu, ...
Nature Communications 10 (1), 1-9, 2019
Heritability analysis with repeat measurements and its application to resting-state functional connectivity
T Ge, AJ Holmes, RL Buckner, JW Smoller, MR Sabuncu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (21), 5521-5526, 2017
Increasing power for voxel-wise genome-wide association studies: the random field theory, least square kernel machines and fast permutation procedures
T Ge, J Feng, DP Hibar, PM Thompson, TE Nichols
NeuroImage 63 (2), 858-873, 2012
Penetrance and pleiotropy of polygenic risk scores for schizophrenia in 106,160 patients across four health care systems
AB Zheutlin, J Dennis, R Karlsson Linnér, A Moscati, N Restrepo, ...
American Journal of Psychiatry 176 (10), 846-855, 2019
Massively expedited genome-wide heritability analysis (MEGHA)
T Ge, TE Nichols, PH Lee, AJ Holmes, JL Roffman, RL Buckner, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (8), 2479-2484, 2015
Partitioning heritability analysis reveals a shared genetic basis of brain anatomy and schizophrenia
PH Lee, JT Baker, AJ Holmes, N Jahanshad, T Ge, JY Jung, Y Cruz, ...
Molecular Psychiatry 21 (12), 1680-1689, 2016
Componential Granger causality, and its application to identifying the source and mechanisms of the top–down biased activation that controls attention to affective vs sensory …
T Ge, J Feng, F Grabenhorst, ET Rolls
NeuroImage 59 (2), 1846-1858, 2012
Multidimensional heritability analysis of neuroanatomical shape
T Ge, M Reuter, AM Winkler, AJ Holmes, PH Lee, LS Tirrell, JL Roffman, ...
Nature Communications 7 (1), 1-10, 2016
Dissociable influences of APOE ε4 and polygenic risk of AD dementia on amyloid and cognition
T Ge, MR Sabuncu, JW Smoller, RA Sperling, EC Mormino, ...
Neurology 90 (18), e1605-e1612, 2018
Attention-dependent modulation of cortical taste circuits revealed by granger causality with signal-dependent noise
Q Luo, T Ge, F Grabenhorst, J Feng, ET Rolls
PLoS Computational Biology 9 (10), e1003265, 2013
The default network of the human brain is associated with perceived social isolation
RN Spreng, E Dimas, L Mwilambwe-Tshilobo, A Dagher, P Koellinger, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-11, 2020
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