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2016 International Workshop on Statistical Genetics and Methodology of Twin and Family Studies. Five day workshop funded by NIMH and hosted by the Institute for Behavior Genetics at the University of Colorado.
March 7 - 11, 2016
Boulder, CO

Advanced Genetic Epidemiology Workshop. This NIDA-funded workshop is designed to provide an overview of advanced statistical methodology for genetic studies of substance use and abuse phenotypes. It will cover analytical methods for twin and family studies, GxE interaction, phenotyping including genetic factor scores, mixture distribution modeling, latent growth curve modeling, regime switching, dynamical systems and genomics among other topics. It will use a hands-on approach, in which participants will use their own laptop computers to implement and experiment with statistical methods described during presentations by the faculty. Basic knowledge of R and OpenMx - especially attendance at an introductory OpenMx course such as the Boulder workshop 2010 or 2012, or IOP summer school 2011 is recommended. Registration is now open - follow this link.
October 26th - 30th, 2015
VIPBG, Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond, VA

Advanced Genetic Epidemiology Workshop. This NIDA-funded workshop is designed to provide an overview of advanced statistical methodology for genetic studies of substance use and abuse phenotypes. It will cover analytical methods for twin and family studies, GxE interaction, assortative mating, sibling interaction, phenotyping including genetic factor scores, mixture distribution modeling and growth curve modeling, among other topics. It will use a hands-on approach, in which participants will use their own laptop computers to implement and experiment with statistical methods described during presentations by the faculty. Basic knowledge of R and OpenMx - especially attendance at an introductory OpenMx course such as the Boulder workshop 2010 or 2012, or IOP summer school 2011 is recommended. Registration is now open - follow this link.
October 22nd - 26th, 2012
VIPBG, Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond, VA

Introduction to Structural Modeling Using OpenMx. An invited workshop at the Association for Psychological Science will introduce the use of the OpenMx Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) package. The workshop will begin with a very brief introduction to the calculation of the covariances of linear combinations and the notions of path analysis. Next will be an introduction to specifying structural models in OpenMx. In contrast to traditional SEM modeling software, OpenMx uses a functional approach to model specification.
Next, we will specify and fit a wide variety of models that will include multiple and multivariate regression, confirmatory factor models, latent growth curves, mediation models, moderation models, and briefly touch on multigroup models.
May 24, 2012
APS Annual Convention Chicago, IL

2012 International Workshop on Statistical Genetics and Methodology of Twin and Family Studies . Five day workshop funded by NIMH and hosted by the Institute for Behavior Genetics at the University of Colorado.
March 5-9, 2012
Boulder, CO

Summer School at King's College. This course will teach the basic principles of the classical twin model as well as the basic skills to analyze twin data by teaching delegates how to write simple scripts and how to interpret the output. The lectures and practicals will cover introduction to R and OpenMx; univariate and multivariate models applied to continuous raw data; univariate models applied to ordinal data (liability threshold models fitted to contingency tables); sex-limitation models.
June 20-24 2011
King's College, London

Advanced Genetic Epidemiology and Statistical Molecular Genetics Workshop. This workshop is designed to provide an overview of advanced statistical methodology for genetic studies of substance use and abuse phenotypes. It covers analytical methods for twin and family studies, phenotyping, genome wide association, sequencing, pharmacogenomics, metabolomics and animal research. The focus is on a hands-on approach, in which participants use their own laptop computers to implement and experiment with statistical methods described during presentations by the faculty. Basic knowledge of R and OpenMx is recommended. Registration is now open.
October 18th - 22th, 2010
VIPBG, Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond, VA

11th MRC Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre Summer School. Twin Model Fitting: Introducing the New OpenMx. This course will teach the basic principles of the classical twin model as well as the basic skills to analyze twin data by teaching delegates how to write simple scripts and how to interpret the output. Knowledge of R and old Mx is not necessary. For more information: link. Next year's OpenMx course: June 20th - 24th, 2011. Registration opens in October 2010.
July 12th - 16th, 2010
Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London, London UK

Structural Equation Modeling with OpenMx. Full day workshop at IMPS 2010: The 75th Annual Meeting of the Psychometric Society. Non-members and non-conference attendees are welcome to register. Limited to 20 participants.
July 6, 2010
Athens, Georgia

Introduction to Structural Equation Modeling with OpenMx. 3 hour workshop at the 2010 Spring LIFE Academy. Registration is closed.
May 17, 2010
Charlottesville, VA

Department of Biological Psychology, Free University of Amsterdam. One day workshop to cover essentials of statistical modeling of data from twins: univariate, multivariate, GxE, growth curves & comorbidity. Presentations and scripts are in this thread
April 9, 2010
Amsterdam, Netherlands

OpenMx workshop at University of Minnesota. Four hour workshop sponsored by the Quantitative Models and Methods group at UMN. Registration is free.
April 2, 2010
Minneapolis, MN

2010 International Workshop on Statistical Genetics and Methodology of Twin and Family Studies. Five day workshop funded by NIMH and hosted by the Institute for Behavior Genetics at the University of Colorado.
March 1 - 5, 2010
Boulder, CO

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