Dr. Carmon Bryant has been promoted from postdoc to research scientist a change that is coincident with the start of his K99/R00 award. Congratulations to Camron!
Dr. Clarissa Parker won a travel fellowship that allowed her to attend the Wisconsin Symposium on Emotion where she presented a poster titled “Genome-wide association for fear-conditioning in an advanced intercross mouse line: The benefits of recombination”.
A blog entry by Robert Mitchum has just been posted on Science Life which describes the Palmer Lab’s past and future interests in research on
The commentary is located here and is about Cornelis et al, 2011 in PLoS Genetics. Abraham Palmer is also quoted here on the same topic. Another similar article came out shortly thereafter.
Both Camron Bryant and Margaret Distler’s abstracts chosen for Selected Talks Sessions at Genes, Brain and Behavior meeting in Rome, Italy
On behalf of the IBANGS 2011 Program Committee, I am pleased to let you know that you have been selected as one of the speakers for the Selected Talks Sessions. You will be invited to present the work summarized in
Amy Hart has been honored by IBANGS and will give a 30 minute presentation at the annual meeting in Rome, Italy.
The National institute of General Medical Sciences has just issued a notice of grant award for the project titled “Genome-wide association studies in outbred mice” (R01GM097737). This 4 year project has a total cost of just over $2 million dollars
Camron got official word today that his K99/R00 grant was funded by NIDA. This will support him for 2 more years as a postdoc and 3 additional years once he has an independent position. Congratulations to Camron!