The grant is titled “Integrated GWAS of complex behavioral and gene expression traits in outbred rats” and involved collaborators from University of Michigan (Terry Robbinson and Shelly Flagel, SUNY Buffalo (Jerry Richards, Paul Meyer and Joe Lucke), University of Tennessee
Two predoctoral student fellowships are awarded annually. The fellowships will cover all expenses for registration, travel, and lodging for the 2014 Statistical Genetics Short Course at UCLA. These fellowships are supported by NIH grants from the National Institute Of General
Dr. Laura Sittig’s Grant titled ” Mapping epistatic modifiers of human psychiatric risk using mouse genetics“ was funded by the National Institutes of Health & National Institute of Mental Health.
Natalia’s F31 Grant titled “Integrative genetic analysis of methamphetamine’s motivational effects in mice” was funded by the National Institutes of Health & National Institute on Drug Abuse. For more information about the the F31 Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award for Individual
Dr. Palmer’s R21 grant titled “GWAS for goal versus sign tracking in genetically heterogeneous rats” was funded today by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Terry Robinson and Shelley Flagel (Universty of Michigan) will be be co-investigators and Alex Gileta
Drs. Abraham Palmer and Laura Sittig awarded a grant from the Diabetes Research and Training Center (DRTC) at the University of Chicago
The Pilot and Feasibility award is titled “Mapping epistatic modifiers of diabetes using the Akita mouse model of pancreatic beta cell stress” and provides $35,000 to study epistatic interactions between the Akita mutation in the insulin protein and genetic modifiers. The award
Dr. Palmer’s National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) grant titled “Efficient discovery of epistatic modifiers of Cacna1c in mice: extending on GWAS” was funded today!
Clarissa submitted her application for the Brain and Behavior NARSAD Young Investigator Grant while she was still at Palmer Lab and will be using it to further her research at Middlebury College. Congratulations, Clarissa! The NARSAD Young Investigator Grant provides support for the
Drs. Abraham Palmer and Nancy Cox’s T32 grant “Training in Emerging Multidisciplinary Approaches to Mental Health and Disease ” has been funded by NIMH
This project will support two graduate students and two or three postdocs per year. The goal of this project is to train pre- and post-doctoral students in the methodology that will be important for the next generation of progress in
Congratulations to Clarissa Parker who will be presenting at ACNP this December in Hollywood, Florida. All of her travel expenses will be paid by the travel award.