Nash Aragram

Name: Nash Aragam

Email:  znra1@goldmail.etsu.edu

Hometown City/Country:  Johnson City, TN

Undergraduate Degree/Institution: BSEE/Bangalore University

Graduate Degrees/Institution: M.Tech, M.Sc.C.S./Indian Institute of  Technology, University of New Brunswick

Graduate program:  Doctor of Public Health, Epidemiology

Year of Entry:  Spring 2008

Research Advisor: Dr. Kesheng Wang / Dr. James Anderson

Research Interests: Genetic Epidemiology


Publications

  Journals

Aragam NR, Wang KS, Pan Y (2010). Genome-wide association analysis of gender differences in major depressive disorder in the Netherlands NESDA and NTR population-based samples. J Affect Disorder (submitted).

Wang KS, Liu XF, Aragam NR (2010). A genome-wide meta-analysis identifies loci associated with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Schizophr Res (E pub ahead of print Sep. 2010).

Wang KS, Liu XF, Zhang QY, Aragam NR, Pan Y. (2010). Genome-wide Association Analysis of Age at Onset in Schizophrenia in a European-American Sample. Am J Med Genet B Neuropsychiatr Genet (submitted). 

Wang KS, Liu XF, Zhang QY, Aragam NR (2010). Parent-of-origin effects of FAS and PDLIM1 in attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. J Hum Genet (submitted).

Wang KS, Liu XF, Aragam NR, Jian XQ, Mullersman JE, Liu YL, Pan Y (2010) Polymorphisms in ABLIM1 and RFX4 are associated with personality traits and Alcohol Dependence. (submitted).

Pan Y, Wang KS, Aragam NR (2011).NTM and NRC32 Polymorphisms influencing intelligence: Family-based association studies. Progress in Neuro-psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry. 35(2011),pp. 152 - 160.

  Abstracts

Wang KS, Liu XF, Aragam NR, Jian XQ, Mullersman JE (2009). Family-based association studies of alcohol dependence and age at onset in the COGA sample. APHA 137th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. A201530.

Wang KS, Liu XF, Aragam NR, Jian XQ, Mullersman JE (2009). A family-based genome-wide association study of alcohol dependence and related personality traits. 6th Annual Primary Care and Prevention Research Day, ETSU, Johnson City.

Aragam  NR and Wang KS (2010) Genome-wide analyses of major depressive disorder in the Netherlands population sample from NESDA and NTR registries. 2010 ASHG Annual Meeting, Washington DC (accepted on 8/5/10, #2621).

Aragam  NR and Wang KS (2010) Genome-wide association analysis of gene x gender interaction of neuroticism in the Netherlands population sample from NESDA and NTR registries. 2010 IGES Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. (accepted 8/10/10).

Wang KS, Liu X, Aragam NR (2010) A Genome-wide Meta-analysis Identifies Novel Loci Associated with Schizophrenia and Bipolar disorder. ASHG 60th Annual Meeting, Washington DC. (accepted on 8/5/10, #2650).


Manuscripts in Preparation

Aragam NR and Wang KS (2011) Genome-wide association analysis of gene x gender interaction of neuroticism in an European sample. (in preparation).

Wang KS, Aragam NR,  Liu XF, Zhang QY, Mullersman JE (2010). Gender differences in genome-wide association analysis of bipolar disorder in an European-American sample (to be submitted).

Wang KS, Liu XF, Aragam NR, Mullersman JE, Liu YL, Jian XQ (2010). Low-density genome-wide association analyses of alcohol dependence in the COGA sample (to be submitted).

Wang KS, Liu XF, Jian XQ, Mullersman JE, Liu YL, Aragam NR (2010). Family-based association studies identify novel loci for age at onset of alcohol dependence subtypes. Alcohol (to be submitted).

Presentations

Aragam  NR and Wang KS (2010, October 10-12). Genome-wide association analysis of gene x gender interaction of neuroticism in the Netherlands population sample from NESDA and NTR registries. Poster session presented at the 19th Annual IGES Conference held in Boston, MA.

Aragam  NR and Wang KS (2010, November 2-6). Genome-wide analyses of major depressive disorder in the Netherlands population sample from NESDA and NTR registries. Poster session presented at the 60th Annual ASHG Conference held in Washington D.C.

Wang,KS. Liu, X, Aragam,NR. (2010, November 2-6).  A genome-wide meta-analysis Identifies Novel Loci Associated with Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder.  Poster session presented at the 60th Annual ASHG Conference in Washington D.C.