Corinne Engelman

Position title: Professor, Population Health Sciences

Email: cengelman@wisc.edu

Phone: (608) 265-5491

Address:
1007a WARF Building
610 Walnut Street

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About

As an affiliate of the Center for Demography and Ecology, my research focus supports the Center’s initiatives in Biodemography. I am a genetic epidemiologist with nearly 20 years of experience in the study design and data analysis of genetic, demographic, behavioral, physiological, and environmental factors of complex diseases including Alzheimer’s disease and vitamin D deficiency. I am particularly interested in gene-gene and gene-environment interactions and methodologic approaches to studying the genetic and non-genetic contribution to complex phenotypes.

CDE research theme area affiliations

Biodemography

Selected Publications

Slippy, Rachel, Jil Kolesar, Barcu Darst, and Corinne Engelman. “Prioritization of Family Member Sequencing for the Detection of Rare Variants.” BMC Proceedings 10, no. 7 (2016): 11. PubMed Central ID PMC5133500.

Darst, Burcu, and Corinne Engelman. “Transmission and Decorrelation Methods for Detecting Rare Variants Using Sequencing Data from Related Individuals.” BMC Proceedings 10, no. 7 (2016): 46. PubMed Central ID PMC5133523.

Givens, Marjory, Kristen Malecki, Paul Peppard, Mari Palta, Adnan Said, Corinne Engelman, Matthew Walsh, and F. Javier Nieto. “Shiftwork, Sleep Habits, and Metabolic Disparities: Results from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin.” Sleep Health 1, no. 2 (2015): 115-20. PubMed Central ID PMC4755509.

Yao, Chen, Ning Leng, Kent Weigel, Kristine Lee, Corinne Engelman, and Kristin Meyers. “Prediction of Genetic Contributions to Complex Traits Using Whole Genome Sequencing Data.” 2014/12/19 (2014): S68. PubMed Central ID 4143683.

Litzelman, Kristin, Whitney P. Witt, Ronald E. Gangnon, F. Javier Nieto, Corinne Engelman, Marsha R. Mailick, and Halcyon G. Skinner. “Association between Informal Caregiving and Cellular Aging in the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin: The Role of Caregiving Characteristics, Stress, and Strain.” American Journal of Epidemiology 179, no. 11 (2014): 1340-52. PubMed Central ID 4036217.

Andersen, Shaneda, Amy Trentham-Dietz, Ronald Gangnon, John Hampton, Halcyon Skinner, Corinne Engelman, Barbara Klein, et al. “Breast Cancer Susceptibility Loci in Association with Age at Menarche, Age at Natural Menopause and the Reproductive Lifespan.” Cancer Epidemiology 38, no. 1 (2014): 62-65. PubMed Central ID 4023814.

Engelman, Corinne, Ronghai Bo, Megan Zuelsdorff, Hilary Steltenpohl, Taylor Kirby, and Javier Nieto. “Epidemiologic Study of the C-3 Epimer of 25-Hydroxyvitamin D-3 in a Population-Based Sample.” Clinical nutrition 33, no. 3 (2014): 421-25. PubMed Central ID 3884039 NIHMS ID.

Bickeboller, Heike, Julia Bailey, Joseph Beyene, Rita Cantor, Heather Cordell, Robert Culverhouse, Corinne Engelman, et al. “Genetic Analysis Workshop 18: Methods and Strategies for Analyzing Human Sequence and Phenotype Data in Members of Extended Pedigrees.” BMC Proceedings 2014/12/19 (2014): S1. PubMed Central ID 4143625.

Andersen, Shaneda, Amy Trentham-Dietz, Ronald Gangnon, John Hampton, Jonine Figueroa, Halcyon Skinner, Corinne Engelman, et al. “Reproductive Windows, Genetic Loci, and Breast Cancer Risk.” Annals of Epidemiology 24, no. 5 (2014): 376-82. PubMed Central ID 4164346.

Malecki, Kristen, Corinne Engelman, Paul Peppard, Javier Nieto, Maggie Grabow, Milena Bernardinello, Erin Bailey, et al. “The Wisconsin Assessment of the Social and Built Environment (Wasabe): A Multi-Dimensional Objective Audit Instrument for Examining Neighborhood Effects on Health.” Bmc Public Health 14 (2014). PubMed Central ID 4289353.