Michelle N. Meyer
Michelle N. Meyer
Department of Bioethics & Decision Sciences, Geisinger Health System
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Gene discovery and polygenic prediction from a genome-wide association study of educational attainment in 1.1 million individuals
JJ Lee, R Wedow, A Okbay, E Kong, O Maghzian, M Zacher, ...
Nature genetics 50 (8), 1112-1121, 2018
Genome-wide association study identifies 74 loci associated with educational attainment
A Okbay, JP Beauchamp, MA Fontana, JJ Lee, TH Pers, CA Rietveld, ...
Nature 533 (7604), 539-542, 2016
Genetic variants associated with subjective well-being, depressive symptoms, and neuroticism identified through genome-wide analyses
A Okbay, BML Baselmans, JE De Neve, P Turley, MG Nivard, MA Fontana, ...
Nature genetics 48 (6), 624-633, 2016
GWAS of 126,559 individuals identifies genetic variants associated with educational attainment
CA Rietveld, SE Medland, J Derringer, J Yang, T Esko, NW Martin, ...
science 340 (6139), 1467-1471, 2013
Genome-wide study identifies 611 loci associated with risk tolerance and risky behaviors
RK Linnér
bioRxiv 261081, 2018
Polygenic prediction of educational attainment within and between families from genome-wide association analyses in 3 million individuals
A Okbay, Y Wu, N Wang, H Jayashankar, M Bennett, SM Nehzati, ...
Nature genetics 54 (4), 437-449, 2022
A megastudy of text-based nudges encouraging patients to get vaccinated at an upcoming doctor’s appointment
KL Milkman, MS Patel, L Gandhi, HN Graci, DM Gromet, H Ho, JS Kay, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (20), e2101165118, 2021
Practical tips for ethical data sharing
MN Meyer
Advances in methods and practices in psychological science 1 (1), 131-144, 2018
Responsible use of polygenic risk scores in the clinic: potential benefits, risks and gaps
PRSTF the International Common Disease Alliance
Nature Medicine 27, 1876–1884, 2021
Problems with using polygenic scores to select embryos
P Turley, MN Meyer, N Wang, D Cesarini, E Hammonds, AR Martin, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 385 (1), 78-86, 2021
DNA and the criminal justice system: The technology of justice
D Lazer
MIT Press, 2004
Trends in health care worker intentions to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and reasons for hesitancy
MN Meyer, T Gjorgjieva, D Rosica
JAMA network open 4 (3), e215344-e215344, 2021
A 680,000-person megastudy of nudges to encourage vaccination in pharmacies
KL Milkman, L Gandhi, MS Patel, HN Graci, DM Gromet, H Ho, JS Kay, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (6), e2115126119, 2022
Resource profile and user guide of the Polygenic Index Repository
J Becker, CAP Burik, G Goldman, N Wang, H Jayashankar, M Bennett, ...
Nature human behaviour 5 (12), 1744-1758, 2021
Patient-centered precision health in a learning health care system: Geisinger’s genomic medicine experience
MS Williams, AH Buchanan, FD Davis, WA Faucett, MLG Hallquist, ...
Health Affairs 37 (5), 757-764, 2018
The association between lower educational attainment and depression owing to shared genetic effects? Results in~ 25 000 subjects
WJ Peyrot, SH Lee, Y Milaneschi, A Abdellaoui, EM Byrne, T Esko, ...
Molecular psychiatry 20 (6), 735-743, 2015
Genetic variants linked to education predict longevity
RE Marioni, SJ Ritchie, PK Joshi, SP Hagenaars, A Okbay, K Fischer, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (47), 13366-13371, 2016
Objecting to experiments that compare two unobjectionable policies or treatments
MN Meyer, PR Heck, GS Holtzman, SM Anderson, W Cai, DJ Watts, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (22), 10723-10728, 2019
COGENT (Cognitive Genomics Consortium); Social Science Genetic Association Consortium. Gene discovery and polygenic prediction from a genome-wide association study of …
JJ Lee, R Wedow, A Okbay, 23andMe Research Team
Nat Genet 50 (8), 1112-1121, 2018
Two cheers for corporate experimentation: The A/B illusion and the virtues of data-driven innovation
MN Meyer
Colo. Tech. LJ 13, 273, 2015
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