Daniel Liang-Dar Hwang
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More than smell—COVID-19 is associated with severe impairment of smell, taste, and chemesthesis
V Parma, K Ohla, MG Veldhuizen, MY Niv, CE Kelly, AJ Bakke, ...
Chemical senses 45 (7), 609-622, 2020
Recent smell loss is the best predictor of COVID-19 among individuals with recent respiratory symptoms
RC Gerkin, K Ohla, MG Veldhuizen, PV Joseph, CE Kelly, AJ Bakke, ...
Chemical senses 46, 2021
Preferences for salty and sweet tastes are elevated and related to each other during childhood
JA Mennella, S Finkbeiner, SV Lipchock, LD Hwang, DR Reed
PloS one 9 (3), e92201, 2014
Genetic analysis of chemosensory traits in human twins
A Knaapila*, LD Hwang*, A Lysenko, FF Duke, B Fesi, A Khoshnevisan, ...
Chemical senses 37 (9), 869-881, 2012
Genome-wide association study identifies 48 common genetic variants associated with handedness
G Cuellar-Partida, JY Tung, N Eriksson, E Albrecht, F Aliev, ...
Nature human behaviour 5 (1), 59-70, 2021
Elucidating the role of maternal environmental exposures on offspring health and disease using two-sample Mendelian randomization
DM Evans, GH Moen, LD Hwang, DA Lawlor, NM Warrington
International Journal of Epidemiology, 2019
A follow-up on quantitative and qualitative olfactory dysfunction and other symptoms in patients recovering from COVID-19 smell loss
K Ohla, MG Veldhuizen, T Green, ME Hannum, AJ Bakke, ST Moein, ...
Rhinology 60 (3), 207-2017, 2022
Complex-Traits Genetics Virtual Lab: A community-driven web platform for post-GWAS analyses
G Cuellar-Partida, M Lundberg, P Fang Kho, S D’Urso, ...
BioRxiv, 518027, 2019
New insight into human sweet taste: a genome-wide association study of the perception and intake of sweet substances
LD Hwang, C Lin, P Gharahkhani, G Cuellar-Partida, JS Ong, J An, ...
The American journal of clinical nutrition 109 (6), 1724-1737, 2019
Chemosensory changes from cancer treatment and their effects on patients’ food behavior: a scoping review
AA Nolden, LD Hwang, A Boltong, DR Reed
Nutrients 11 (10), 2285, 2019
Using a two-sample Mendelian randomization design to investigate a possible causal effect of maternal lipid concentrations on offspring birth weight
LD Hwang, DA Lawlor, RM Freathy, DM Evans, NM Warrington
International journal of epidemiology 48 (5), 1457-1467, 2019
Understanding the role of bitter taste perception in coffee, tea and alcohol consumption through Mendelian randomization
JS Ong*, LD Hwang*, VW Zhong, J An, P Gharahkhani, PAS Breslin, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 16414, 2018
Caffeine bitterness is related to daily caffeine intake and bitter receptor mRNA abundance in human taste tissue
SV Lipchock, AI Spielman, JA Mennella, CJ Mansfield, LD Hwang, ...
Perception 46 (3-4), 245-256, 2017
Educational attainment polygenic scores are associated with cortical total surface area and regions important for language and memory
BL Mitchell, G Cuéllar-Partida, KL Grasby, AI Campos, LT Strike, ...
NeuroImage 212, 116691, 2020
Estimating indirect parental genetic effects on offspring phenotypes using virtual parental genotypes derived from sibling and half sibling pairs
LD Hwang*, JD Tubbs*, J Luong, M Lundberg, GH Moen, G Wang, ...
PLoS genetics 16 (10), e1009154, 2020
A common genetic influence on human intensity ratings of sugars and high-potency sweeteners
LD Hwang, G Zhu, PAS Breslin, DR Reed, NG Martin, MJ Wright
Twin research and human genetics 18 (4), 361-367, 2015
Assessment and visualization of phenome-wide causal relationships using genetic data: an application to dental caries and periodontitis
S Haworth, PF Kho, PL Holgerson, LD Hwang, NJ Timpson, ME Rentería, ...
European Journal of Human Genetics 29 (2), 300-308, 2021
Integrating family-based and mendelian randomization designs
LD Hwang, NM Davies, NM Warrington, DM Evans
Cold Spring Harbor perspectives in medicine 11 (3), a039503, 2021
A cautionary note on using Mendelian randomization to examine the Barker hypothesis and Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD)
S D’Urso, G Wang, LD Hwang, GH Moen, NM Warrington, DM Evans
Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease 12 (5), 688-693, 2021
Is the association between sweet and bitter perception due to genetic variation?
LD Hwang, PAS Breslin, DR Reed, G Zhu, NG Martin, MJ Wright
Chemical Senses 41 (9), 737-744, 2016
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