Former lab member Amy Hart recently had a baby boy, named Leopold. Congratulations, Amy!
Ariana Page has joined the Palmer Lab as a new lab assistant. She completed her undergrad at UC Santa Barbara where she studied behavioral neuroscience, and ultimately obtained a B.A. in Psychology. While at UCSB, she worked as a research
Palmer lab member Amelie Baud recently gave birth to a baby girl named Chloe! Congratulations, Amelie! We can’t wait to meet her.
Former lab member Margaret Distler recently had a baby girl, named Hazel Nalini. Congratulations, Margaret!
Former lab member Katherine McMurray recently had a baby girl, named Madeline Virginia. Congratulations, Katherine!
Drs. Abraham Palmer and Amelie Baud presented their research on psychiatric genetics to approximately 40 high school students on Friday April 6th at UCSD. Many of the students are taking AP Psychology or AP Economics courses. They were visiting the
Article by Dr. Amanda Barkley-Levenson accepted for publication in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research
The article, “Glyoxalase (GLO1) inhibition or genetic overexpression does not alter ethanol’s locomotor effects: implications for GLO1 as a therapeutic target in alcohol use disorders,” was written by Amanda Barkley-Levenson and accepted for publication in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research.
A recent article by Wency Leung at The Globe and Mail discusses why loneliness is so bad for the human body. The article is titled “Why is loneliness so toxic? Scientists are exploring what it does to the human body,” and highlights
Palmer Lab Research Highlighted as One of the Top Advancements & Breakthroughs by BBR Foundation Grantees in 2017
The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation presented the Palmer Lab with honors for one of the Top Advancements & Breakthroughs by Foundation Grantees in 2017. This list illustrates some of the major research achievements by BBRF grantees over the past
The article, “Genome-wide association study of delay discounting in 23,217 adult research participants of European ancestry” written by Dr. Sandra Sanchez-Roige, was published in Nature Neuroscience. The recently published article has garnered significant attention in various news and social media