In recognition of her outstanding presentation at the 29th International Mammalian Genome Conference, Natalia Gonzales was awarded the book “Genetics of the Mouse” from Springer. The name of her talk was “Genetic architecture of behavior in an advanced intercross line
Natalia Gonzales has won the International Mammalian Genome Conference Trainee Scholarship to support her attendance to IMGC 2015 and the associated Trainee Symposium. This scholarship covers her travel, lodging, and conference registration costs. Congratulations, Natalia!
The first Rat Genetics and Genomics for Psychiatric Disorders and Addiction workshop was held on Monday June 29th in the Ida Noyes Hall at the University of Chicago. Speakers from all over the world came to discuss recent advances in
The Palmer Lab had a big showing at the Rat Genetics and Genomics for Psychiatric Disorders and Addiction workshop on June 29th: Katherine McMurray, Alex Gileta, and Yu-yu Ren presented their work and all won “Best Poster” awards. Congratulations, you
Natalia Gonzales has won an award to attend both the Seminar and Conference portions of the Quantitative Genetics and Genomics meeting of the 2015 Gordon Research Conference in Lucca (Barga), Italy. The USDA Animal Genetics conference award covers the costs
Natalia Gonzales Wins Best Poster Award at the Complex Trait Consortium Conference in Berlin, Germany!
Natalia Gonzales & Dr. Abraham Palmer attended the Complex Trait Consortium 13th Annual Meeting that was held in Berlin, Germany from May 19-22, 2014. Natalia also wins Best Poster Award!
The Epstein Trainee Award for excellence in human genetics research is awarded by the American Society of Human Genetics. It is a merit-based award that recognizes highly competitive abstracts submitted and presented at the ASHG Annual Meeting. Congratulations, Shyam! For more information,
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”.