1. Fatumo, S., Karhunen V, Chikowore, T., Sounkou T, Udosen B, Ezenwa C, Nakabuye M, Soremekun O, Daghlas I, Ryan D, Taylor A, Mason A, Damrauer S, Vujkovic M, Keene K, Fornage M, Jarvelin M, Burgess S, Gill., D 2021. Metabolic traits and stroke risk in individuals of African ancestry: Mendelian randomization analysis. (Stroke STROKE/2021/034747D)

  2. Fatumo, S., Chikowore, T., Kalyesubula, R., Nsubuga, R.N., Asiki, G., Nashiru, O., Seeley, J., Crampin, A.C., Nitsch, D., Smeeth, L. and Kaleebu, P., 2020. Discovery and fine-mapping of kidney function loci in first genome-wide association study in Africans.  Human Molecular Genetics, ddab088, https://doi.org/10.1093/hmg/ddab088

  3. Kamiza, A.B., Fatumo, S., Singini, M.G., Yeh, C.C. and Chikowore, T., 2021. Chronic hepatitis B infection is causally associated with extrahepatic cancers: a Mendelian randomization study. medRxiv.

  4. Chikowore, T., Ekoru, K., Vujkovic, M., Gill, D., Pirie, F., Young, E., ... & Fatumo, S. (2021). Polygenic prediction of type 2 diabetes in continental Africa. bioRxiv.

  5. Chen, J., Spracklen, C.N., Marenne, G., Varshney, A., Corbin, L.J., Luan, J.A., Willems, S., Wu, Y., Zhang, X., Horikoshi, M. and Boutin, T.S., 2020. The Trans-Ancestral Genomic Architecture of Glycaemic Traits. BioRxiv. (Accepted in Nature Genetics) DOI: 10.1101/2020.07.23.217646

  6. Chikowore, T., Kamiza, A.B., Oduaran, O.H., Machipisa, T. and Fatumo, S., 2021. Non-communicable diseases pandemic and precision medicine: Is Africa ready?. EBioMedicine, 65, p.103260.

  7. Soremekun, O.S., Ezenwa, C., Soliman, M., Chikowore, T., Nashiru, O. and Fatumo, S. 2021. Transcription-translation error: In-silico investigation of the structural and functional impact of deleterious single nucleotide polymorphisms in GULP1 gene. Informatics in medicine unlocked, 22, p.100503.

  8. Soremekun, O.S., Ezenwa, C., Isewon, I., Soliman, M., Idowu, O., Nashiru, O. and Fatumo, S., 2020. Computational and drug target analysis of functional single nucleotide polymorphisms associated with Haemoglobin Subunit Beta (HBB) gene. Computers in Biology and Medicine, 125, p.104018.

  9. Ezenwa C, Soremekun OS, Nashiru O, Fatumo, S. Identification of differentially expressed genes present in the whole blood of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension patients and control patients: An integrated bioinformatics approach. Informatics in Medicine Unlocked. 2020 Jan 1;20:100380.

  10. Adedeji, E.O., Ogunlana, O.O., Fatumo, S., Beder, T., Ajamma, Y., Koenig, R. and Adebiyi, E., 2020. Anopheles metabolic proteins in malaria transmission, prevention and control: a review. Parasites & Vectors, 13(1), pp.1-30.

  11. Ponsford, M.J., Gkatzionis, A., Walker, V.M., Grant, A.J., Wootton, R.E., Moore, L.S., Fatumo, S., Mason, A.M., Zuber, V., Willer, C. and Rasheed, H., 2020. Cardiometabolic Traits, Sepsis, and Severe COVID-19: A Mendelian Randomization Investigation. Circulation, 142(18), pp.1791-1793.

  12. Fatumo, S., 2020. The opportunity in African genome resource for precision medicine. EBioMedicine, 54.

  13. *Gurdasani, D., *Carstensen, T., *Fatumo, S., et al., 2019. Uganda Genome Resource Enables Insights into Population History and Genomic Discovery in Africa. Cell, 179(4), pp.984-1002 (*co-first authors )

  14. Fatumo, S., Carstensen, T., Nashiru, O., Gurdasani, D., Sandhu, M. and Kaleebu, P., 2019. Complimentary methods for multivariate genome-wide association study identify new susceptibility genes for blood cell trait. Frontiers in genetics, 10, p.334

  15. Sallah, N., Miley, W., Labo, N., Carstensen, T., Fatumo, S., Gurdasani, D., Pollard, M.O., Dilthey, A.T., Mentzer, A.J., Marshall, V. and Castro, E.M.C., 2020. Distinct genetic architectures and environmental factors associate with host response to the γ 2-herpesvirus infections. Nature communications, 11(1), pp.1-13.

  16. Fatumo, S., Ebenezer, T.E., Ekenna, C., Isewon, I., Ahmad, U., Adetunji, C., Oladipo, E.K., Adebiyi, M., Adebiyi, E. and Nashiru, O., 2020. The Nigerian Bioinformatics and Genomics Network (NBGN): a collaborative platform to advance bioinformatics and genomics in Nigeria. Global health, epidemiology and genomics, 5

  17. Panoutsopoulou, K., Hatzikotoulas, K., Xifara, D.K., Colonna, V., Farmaki, A.E., Ritchie, G.R., Southam, L., Gilly, A., Tachmazidou, I., Fatumo, S. and Matchan, A., 2014. Genetic characterization of Greek population isolates reveals strong genetic drift at missense and trait-associated variants. Nature communications, 5(1), pp.1-11.

  18. Musanabaganwa, C., Jansen, S., Fatumo, S., Rutembesa, E., Mutabaruka, J., Gishoma, D., Uwineza, A., Kayiteshonga, Y., Alachkar, A., Wildman, D. and Uddin, M., 2020. Burden of post-traumatic stress disorder in postgenocide Rwandan population following exposure to 1994 genocide against the Tutsi: A Meta-Analysis. Journal of Affective Disorders.

  19. Gloria C. Ferreira, Jenna Oberstaller, Renée Fonseca, Thomas E. Keller, Swamy Rakesh Adapa, Justin Gibbons, Chengqi Wang, Xiaoming Liu, Chang Li, Minh Pham, Guy W. Dayhoff II, Linh M. Duong, Luis Tañón Reyes, Luciano Enrique Laratelli, Douglas Franz, Segun Fatumo, ATM Golam Bari, Audrey Freischel, Lindsey Fiedler, Omkar Dokur, Krishna Sharma, Deborah Cragun, Ben Busby, Rays H.Y. Jiang Iron Hack - A symposium/hackathon focused on porphyrias, Friedreich’s ataxia, and other rare iron- related diseases. F1000Research 8: 1135 (2019). doi: 10.12688/f1000research.19140.1

  20. Sallah, N., Carstensen, T., Wakeham, K., Bagni, R., Labo, N., Pollard, M.O., Gurdasani, D., Ekoru, K., Pomilla, C., Young, E.H., Fatumo, S., G. Asiki, A. Kamali, M. Sandhu, P.Kellam, D. Whitby, I. Barroso and R. Newton (2017). Whole-genome association study of antibody response to Epstein-Barr virus in an African population: a pilot. Global Health, Epidemiology and Genomics, 2