Dr. Amanda Barkley-Levenson received a F32 Postdoctoral Individual National Research Service Award from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) for his project, titled “Epistatic Modifiers and Novel Genetic Contributions to Binge-like Drinking and Motivational Effects of Alcohol”.
Article by Drs. Jianjun Gao, Abraham Palmer, and other Palmer Lab members accepted for publication in Neuropsychopharmacology
The article, “Genome-wide Association Study of Loneliness Demonstrates a Role for Common Variation”, was accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Neuropsychopharmacology. Authors include current and former Palmer Lab members (Jianjun Gao, Sandra Sanchez-Roige, Amy B. Hart, Abraham A.
The recent Neuron article, “Genetic Background Limits Generalizability of Genotype-Phenotype Relationships”, has garnered considerable attention on various social media outlets! No doubt helped by the accompanying whimsical video abstract, “Should Single Strains Suffice?”, starring Drs. Laura Sittig, Abraham Palmer, and
In the above Cell Press video abstract, “Should Single Strains Suffice?”, Drs. Laura Sittig and Abraham Palmer explain what happened when they examined the effects of two genetic mutations on a panel of different mouse strains. Their findings were recently
Article co-authored by Abraham Palmer accepted for publication in the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
The article, “Syntax for Calculation of Discounting Indices from the Monetary Choice Questionnaire and Probability Discounting Questionnaire”, was accepted for publication in the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. Other authors include Joshua C. Gray, Michael T. Amlung, Abraham
A recent article by Kelsey Kaustinen in DDNews discusses how novel sequencing methods and unique animal model populations are working together to advance the abilities of genome-wide association studies to pinpoint genetic variants linked to complex traits. The article features
The article, “Genetic background limits generalizability of genotype-phenotype relationships”, was accepted for publication in Neuron. Authors include Laura Sittig, Peter Carbonetto, Kyle Engel, Kathleen Krauss, Camila Barrios Camacho, and Abraham Palmer. Read the article here!
Kayla’s project, titled “Identifying cell-type specific chromatin changes induced by maternal immune activation: Implications for schizophrenia” was selected for funding by the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation. The NARSAD Young Investigator Grant provides support for the most promising young scientists
Jungkyun Seo will start his PhD in Computational Biology & Bioinformatics at the Duke University Graduate School this fall. Congratulations and farewell, Jung!
The article, “Genome-wide association study of behavioral, physiological and gene expression traits in outbred CFW mice” has generated considerable interest in various news and social media outlets! Twitter, multiple blogs & websites, and two university press releases (UCSD, Middlebury) are