Eleanor Sanderson
Eleanor Sanderson
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei bristol.ac.uk
Zitiert von
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A weak instrument F-test in linear IV models with multiple endogenous variables
E Sanderson, F Windmeijer
Journal of Econometrics 190 (2), 212-221, 2016
An examination of multivariable Mendelian randomization in the single-sample and two-sample summary data settings
E Sanderson, G Davey Smith, F Windmeijer, J Bowden
International journal of epidemiology 48 (3), 713-727, 2019
School ties: An analysis of homophily in an adolescent friendship network
S Burgess, E Sanderson, M Umaña-Aponte
Centre for Market and Public Organisation, 2011
Avoiding dynastic, assortative mating, and population stratification biases in Mendelian randomization through within-family analyses
B Brumpton, E Sanderson, K Heilbron, FP Hartwig, S Harrison, GÅ Vie, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1-13, 2020
Negative control exposure studies in the presence of measurement error: implications for attempted effect estimate calibration
E Sanderson, C Macdonald-Wallis, G Davey Smith
International journal of epidemiology 47 (2), 587-596, 2018
Multivariable two-sample Mendelian randomization estimates of the effects of intelligence and education on health
NM Davies, WD Hill, EL Anderson, E Sanderson, IJ Deary, GD Smith
Elife 8, e43990, 2019
Evaluating the relationship between circulating lipoprotein lipids and apolipoproteins with risk of coronary heart disease: A multivariable Mendelian randomisation analysis
TG Richardson, E Sanderson, TM Palmer, M Ala-Korpela, BA Ference, ...
PLoS medicine 17 (3), e1003062, 2020
Mendelian randomisation analysis of the effect of educational attainment and cognitive ability on smoking behaviour
E Sanderson, GD Smith, J Bowden, MR Munafò
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-9, 2019
Use of genetic variation to separate the effects of early and later life adiposity on disease risk: mendelian randomisation study
TG Richardson, E Sanderson, B Elsworth, K Tilling, GD Smith
bmj 369, 2020
Education, intelligence and Alzheimer’s disease: evidence from a multivariable two-sample Mendelian randomization study
EL Anderson, LD Howe, KH Wade, Y Ben-Shlomo, WD Hill, IJ Deary, ...
International Journal of Epidemiology, 2018
Multivariable Mendelian Randomization and Mediation
E Sanderson
Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Medicine, a038984, 2020
Exploiting horizontal pleiotropy to search for causal pathways within a Mendelian randomization framework
Y Cho, PC Haycock, E Sanderson, TR Gaunt, J Zheng, AP Morris, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1-13, 2020
Testing and Correcting for Weak and Pleiotropic Instruments in Two-Sample Multivariable Mendelian Randomisation
E Sanderson, W Spiller, J Bowden
bioRxiv, 2020
Using genetic instruments to estimate interactions in Mendelian Randomization studies
TL North, NM Davies, S Harrison, AR Carter, G Hemani, E Sanderson, ...
Epidemiology 30 (6), e33-e35, 2019
Mendelian randomisation for mediation analysis: current methods and challenges for implementation
AR Carter, E Sanderson, G Hammerton, R Richmond, GD Smith, J Heron, ...
bioRxiv, 835819, 2019
Obesity as a cause of kidney disease-insights from Mendelian randomisation studies
X Xu, JM Eales, X Jiang, E Sanderson, D Scannali, AP Morris, TJ Guzik, ...
medRxiv, 2020
Interaction-based Mendelian randomization with measured and unmeasured gene-by-covariate interactions
W Spiller, FP Hartwig, E Sanderson, GD Smith, J Bowden
medRxiv, 2020
Risk factors mediating the effect of body-mass index and waist-to-hip ratio on cardiovascular outcomes: Mendelian randomization analysis
D Gill, V Zuber, J Dawson, J Pearson-Stuttard, AR Carter, E Sanderson, ...
medRxiv, 2020
Estimating the effect of lipids on IGF axis and subsequent breast cancer risk
VY Tan, CJ Bull, KM Biernacka, AJ Teumer, L Corbin, T Dudding, ...
medRxiv, 2020
The use of negative control outcomes in Mendelian Randomisation to detect potential population stratification or selection bias.
E Sanderson, T Richardson, G Hemani, GD Smith
bioRxiv, 2020
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