Focused on shaping community wellbeing, UniSA Allied Health & Human Performance educates future health professionals and delivers solutions-based research that addresses global health needs.
Excludes commercial-in-confidence projects.
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Truong, B, Zhou, X, Shin, J, Li, J, van der Werf, JH, Le, TD & Lee, SH 2020, 'Efficient polygenic risk scores for biobank scale data by exploiting phenotypes from inferred relatives', Nature Communications, vol. 11, article no. 3074, pp. 1-11.
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