Abraham Palmer joins the crew of ” The Daily Circuit” on Minnesota Public Radio News to discuss caffeine, how it affects people and how it is marketed. A link to the show can be found here.
In a report by Allison Aubrey on the NPR show “All Things Considered”, Abraham Palmer discuses new sources of caffeine in foods and beverages and how caffeine affects people differently. “There’s a lot of variation in the way people experience
Article by Margaret Wardle, Amy Hart and Abraham Palmer on D-Amphetamine accepted for publication in Genes, Brain & Behavior
The article: “Does COMT genotype influence the effects of d-amphetamine on executive functioning?” has been accepted for publication in Genes, Brain and Behavior. Authors are Margaret Wardle, Amy Hart, Abraham Palmer and Harriet de Wit.
Riyan Cheng’s article ” … Assessing Statistical Significance in the Case of Unequal Relatedness” accepted for publication in Genetics
Riyan and Abe’s article: “A Simulation Study of Permutation, Bootstrap and Gene Dropping for Assessing Statistical Significance in the Case of Unequal Relatedness” has been accepted for publication in genetics.
Clarissa received a prestigious travel award; Abraham was accompanied by Stephanie Dulawa, his wife (they are both Associate Members) and Ariela, his 3 year old daughter. It was Ariela’s 3rd time at ACNP, meaning that she is among the few people
Amy Hart’s article: “Candidate gene studies of a promising intermediate phenotype: failure to replicate” accepted for publication in Neuropsychopharmacology
Amy’s article: “Candidate gene studies of a promising intermediate phenotype: failure to replicate” has been accepted for publication in Neuropsychopharmacology. You can find the full article here.
Margaret and Abe’s article: ” Assessment of behaviors modeling aspects of schizophrenia in Csmd1 mutant mice” has been accepted for publication on PLOS ONE.
Camron leaves the lab to start his new job in Boston. He will be assuming the position of Assistant Professor at Boston University School of Medicine in the Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
Margaret Distler & Abraham Palmer’s review of Glo1 and MG accepted for publication in Frontiers in Genetics
Margaret and Abe’s review article: “Role of Glyoxalase 1 (Glo1) and methylglyoxal (MG) in behavior: recent advances and mechanistic insights” has been accepted for publication in Frontiers in Behavioral and Psychiatric Genetics. You can find the article here.
Clarissa’s presentation was on “Comparing genome-wide association results for fear conditioning in two advanced intercross mouse lines: Implications for gene identification in Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in humans” . Clarissa was accompanied to the World Congress by fellow lab members Amy Hart