Symposium Speaker: William C.L. Stewart, PhD, MS

Dr. William Stewart is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Ohio State University. Dr. Stewart is also Principal Investigator at The Research Institute of Nationwide Children’s Hospital and a faculty member of the Battelle Center for Mathematical Medicine. Dr. Stewart’s broad research interests include the development of statistical models for quick and efficient analyses of complex datasets, deterministic math models, gene networks, and problems in computational molecular biology.

Recent Publications

  1. Pathak, S, Stewart, WCL, Burd, CE, Hester, ME, Greenberg, DA. Brd2 haploinsufficiency extends lifespan and healthspan in C57B6/J mice. PLoS ONE 2020; 15 (6): e0234910. PubMed PMID:32559200 PubMed Central PMC7304595.
  2. Vieland, VJ, Seok, SC, Stewart, WCL. A new linear regression-like residual for survival analysis, with application to genome wide association studies of time-to-event data. PLoS ONE 2020; 15 (5): e0232300. PubMed PMID:32365095 PubMed Central PMC7197860.
  3. Stewart, WCL, Gnona, KM, White, P, Kelly, B, Klebanoff, M, Buhimschi, IA, Nelin, LD. Prediction of short-term neonatal complications in preterm infants using exome-wide genetic variation and gestational age: a pilot study. Pediatr. Res. 2020; : . PubMed PMID:32023625 PubMed Central PMC7416450.
  4. Wethington, D, Harder, O, Uppulury, K, Stewart, WCL, Chen, P, King, T, Reynolds, SD, Perelson, AS, Peeples, ME, Niewiesk, S et al.. Mathematical modelling identifies the role of adaptive immunity as a key controller of respiratory syncytial virus in cotton rats. J R Soc Interface 2019; 16 (160): 20190389. PubMed PMID:31771450 PubMed Central PMC6893489.
  5. Wang, M, Greenberg, DA, Stewart, WCL. In Response: ME2 association analysis in adolescent-onset genetic generalized epilepsy. Epilepsia 2019; 60 (9): 2001-2002. PubMed PMID:31353459 .
  6. Wang, M, Greenberg, DA, Stewart, WCL. Replication, reanalysis, and gene expression: ME2 and genetic generalized epilepsy. Epilepsia 2019; 60 (3): 539-546. PubMed PMID:30719716 .
  7. Li, SS, Miller, R, Tumin, D, Stewart, WCL, Tobias, JD, Hayes, D Jr. Lung Allocation Score Thresholds Prioritize Survival After Lung Transplantation. Chest 2019; 156 (1): 64-70. PubMed PMID:30664859 .
  8. Lakhani, V, Tan, L, Mukherjee, S, Stewart, WCL, Swords, WE, Das, J. Mutations in bacterial genes induce unanticipated changes in the relationship between bacterial pathogens in experimental otitis media. R Soc Open Sci 2018; 5 (11): 180810. PubMed PMID:30564392 PubMed Central PMC6281918.
  9. Doyle, S, Hayes, D Jr, Stewart, WCL, Whitson, BA, Tobias, JD, Tumin, D. Predictive Utility of Lung Allocation Score for Retransplantation Outcomes. Ann. Thorac. Surg. 2018; 106 (5): 1525-1532. PubMed PMID:30369429 .
  10. Trittmann, JK, Bartenschlag, A, Zmuda, EJ, Frick, J, Stewart, WCL, Nelin, LD. Using clinical and genetic data to predict pulmonary hypertension in bronchopulmonary dysplasia. Acta Paediatr. 2018; 107 (12): 2158-2164. PubMed PMID:30267614 PubMed Central PMC6226353.
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