Full Name
Guillaume B.
 
Email
BIEBRLG@nus.edu.sg
 

Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12017A set-based mixed effect model for gene-environment interaction and its application to neuroimaging phenotypesWang, C; Sun, J; Guillaume, B ; Ge, T; Hibar, D.P; Greenwood, C.M.T; Qiu, A ; The Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative
22018FKBP5 Moderates the Association between Antenatal Maternal Depressive Symptoms and Neonatal Brain MorphologyWang C.; Shen M.; Guillaume B. ; Chong Y.-S. ; Chen H. ; Fortier M.V.; Meaney M.J.; Qiu A. 
32017Genomic profiling reveals mutational landscape in parathyroid carcinomasWang, C; Sun, J; Guillaume, B ; Ge, T; Hibar, D.P; Greenwood, C.M.T; Qiu, A ; The Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative; Pandya, C; Uzilov, A.V; Bellizzi, J; Lau, C.Y; Moe, A.S; Strahl, M; Hamou, W; Newman, L.C; Fink, M.Y; Antipin, Y; Yu, W ; Stevenson, M; Cavaco, B.M; Teh, B.T ; Thakker, R.V; Morreau, H; Schadt, E.E; Sebra, R; Li, S.D; Arnold, A; Chen, R
4May-2019Long-term Influences of Prenatal Maternal Depressive Symptoms on the Amygdala-Prefrontal Circuitry of the Offspring from Birth to ChildhoodLee, Annie ; Poh, Joann S ; Wen, Daniel J ; Guillaume, Bryan ; Chong, Yap-Seng ; Shek, Lynette P ; Fortier, Marielle V; Qiu, Anqi 
52019Long-term Influences of Prenatal Maternal Depressive Symptoms on the Amygdala?Prefrontal Circuitry of the Offspring From Birth to Early ChildhoodLee A. ; Poh J.S. ; Wen D.J. ; Guillaume B. ; Chong Y.-S. ; Shek L.P. ; Fortier M.V. ; Qiu A. 
615-Oct-2020Multi-subject Stochastic Blockmodels for adaptive analysis of individual differences in human brain network cluster structurePavlović, D.M. ; Guillaume, B.R.L. ; Towlson, E.K.; Kuek, N.M.Y. ; Afyouni, S.; Vértes, P.E.; Yeo, B.T.T. ; Bullmore, E.T.; Nichols, T.E.