Dr. Palmer presented at the Human Genetics Seminar for the University of Chicago Department of Human Genetics on Monday March 9, 2015. His talk was titled “Quantitative Behavioral Genetics”.
The 53rd annual meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) was held in Phoenix, AZ from December 7-11. Dr. Palmer was promoted from Associate to Full Member and gave a talk; Natalia Gonzales, Clarissa Parker, and Camron Bryant presented
Dr. Palmer presented at the Genetics, Bioinformatics, and Systems Biology Colloquium at the University of California – San Diego last week, hosted by Jonathan Sebat, Department of Psychiatry and Institute for Genetic Medicine. His talk was titled “Using quantitative genetic
Dr. Palmer was invited to speak at the Zilkha Neurogenetic Institute at the University of Southern California last week. His talk was hosted by James Knowles, Professor and Associate Chair of Psychiatry for Research.
Kat McMurray’s scientific abstract, “GLO1 inhibition as a novel fast-acting antidepressant,” has been accepted for presentation in a nanosymposium at Neuroscience 2014. Neuroscience 2014 will be held on Nov 15-19, 2014 in Washington, DC.
Camila’s talk was titled “The diabetic brain: identifying the epistatic effects of the Akita mouse mutant allele (Ins2C96Y ) on physiological and behavioral phenotypes in a panel of F1 mice” Click here for more information about the PREP program
Abraham Palmer presents at the workshop on wild mouse biology at the Max Plank Institute in Plon, Germany
His talk was titled “GWAS and eQTL in outbred laboratory mice.”
The 16th Annual Meeting of the International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society (IBANGS) was held in Chicago from May 10-13. Camron Bryant, Clarissa Parker and Laura Sittig gave talks. Alex Gileta, Natalia Gonzales, Kat Johnston McMurray and Celine St. Pierre presented
Dr. Abraham Palmer invited for Department of Genetics Seminar at University of Washington St. Louis. His talk was titled “Mice, rats, humans, drug abuse, psychiatric genetics and more.”
Dr. Abraham Palmer presents at Addiction Seminar series at Northwestern University. His talk was titled “Letters from the trenches: using genetic approaches in mice, rats and humans to gain mechanistic insights into addiction and other psychiatric diseases.”