Dr. Abraham Palmer presented at the Addiction Affinity Group Larry Parsons Seminar Series at The Scripps Research Institute on January 13th. His talk was titled “Genetic approaches to identifying novel targets for pharmacotherapy”.
Article by Drs. Katherine McMurray, Amanda Barkley-Levenson, and Abraham Palmer accepted for publication in Molecular Psychiatry
The article, “Identification of a novel, fast acting GABAergic anti-depressant”, was accepted for publication in Molecular Psychiatry. Authors include current and former Palmer Lab members (Katherine McMurray, Amanda Barkley-Levenson, Abraham Palmer) as well as collaborators Marcia Ramaker and Stephanie Dulawa.
Sandra’s project, titled “Does genetic predisposition to choose immediate rewards alter health outcomes? A genome/phenome-wide association study using electronic medical records“, was selected by UC San Diego’s Frontiers of Innovation Scholars Program (FISP). This program seeks to build the interdisciplinary
The article, “Genetic Influences on ADHD Symptom Dimensions: Examination of A Priori Candidates, Genome-wide Variation, and SNP Heritability”, was accepted for publication in Neuropsychiatric Genetics. Authors include L. Cinnamon Bidwell, Joshua C. Gray, Jessica Weafer, Abraham Palmer, Harriet de Wit,
The 55th annual meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) was held in Hollywood, FL from December 4-8th. Drs. Abraham Palmer and Laura Sittig presented posters. Laura also won a prestigious ACNP Travel Award. Former Palmer Lab members Camron
The article, “Fine mapping of genes determining extrafusal fiber properties in murine soleus muscle”, was accepted for publication in Physiological Genomics. Authors include Andrew Carroll, Riyan Cheng, Elaina Collie-Duguid, Caroline Meharg, Michael Scholz, Steven Fiering, Jennifer Fields, Abraham Palmer, and
The 2016 meeting of the NIDA Genetics Consortium was held in Washington D.C. from December 1-2. Dr. Abraham Palmer presented a talk titled “Genome-wide association study of delay discounting identifies GPM6B and demonstrates co-heritability with smoking”.
The Society for Neuroscience’s 46th annual meeting was held in San Diego from November 12-16th. Amanda Barkley-Levenson, Laura Sittig, and Celine St. Pierre presented posters.
Dr. Abraham Palmer presented at the Neuroscience And Behavior Seminar series at the University of California Santa Barbara on November 4th. His talk was titled “Using quantitative behavioral genetics to understand biology”.
The 2016 annual meeting of the American Society for Human Genetics was held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from October 18-22. Dr. Palmer presented at a session organized by 23andMe. His talk was titled “Studying impulsivity, alcoholism, and loneliness using