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Avery CL, Wassel CL, Richard MA, Highland HM, Bien S, Zubair N, Soliman EZ, Fornage M, Bielinski SJ, Tao R et al..  2017.  Fine mapping of QT interval regions in global populations refines previously identified QT interval loci and identifies signals unique to African and Hispanic descent populations.. Heart Rhythm. 14(4):572-580.
Lin D-Y, Tao R, Kalsbeek WD, Zeng D, Gonzalez F, Fernández-Rhodes L, Graff M, Koch GG, North KE, Heiss G.  2014.  Genetic association analysis under complex survey sampling: the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos.. Am J Hum Genet. 95(6):675-88.
Fernández-Rhodes L, Malinowski JR, Wang Y, Tao R, Pankratz N, Jeff JM, Yoneyama S, Carty CL, V Setiawan W, Le Marchand L et al..  2018.  The genetic underpinnings of variation in ages at menarche and natural menopause among women from the multi-ethnic Population Architecture using Genomics and Epidemiology (PAGE) Study: A trans-ethnic meta-analysis.. PLoS One. 13(7):e0200486.
Qian H, Kowalski MH, Kramer HJ, Tao R, Lash JP, Stilp AM, Cai J, Li Y, Franceschini N.  2020.  Genome-Wide Association of Kidney Traits in Hispanics/Latinos Using Dense Imputed Whole-Genome Sequencing Data: The Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos.. Circ Genom Precis Med. 13(4):e002891.
Fernández-Rhodes L, Gong J, Haessler J, Franceschini N, Graff M, Nishimura KK, Wang Y, Highland HM, Yoneyama S, Bush WS et al..  2017.  Trans-ethnic fine-mapping of genetic loci for body mass index in the diverse ancestral populations of the Population Architecture using Genomics and Epidemiology (PAGE) Study reveals evidence for multiple signals at established loci.. Hum Genet. 136(6):771-800.
Franceschini N, Carty CL, Lu Y, Tao R, Sung YJu, Manichaikul A, Haessler J, Fornage M, Schwander K, Zubair N et al..  2016.  Variant Discovery and Fine Mapping of Genetic Loci Associated with Blood Pressure Traits in Hispanics and African Americans.. PLoS One. 11(10):e0164132.