Dr. Abraham Palmer presented at the Neuroscience And Behavior Seminar series at the University of California Santa Barbara on November 4th. His talk was titled “Using quantitative behavioral genetics to understand biology”.
The 2016 annual meeting of the American Society for Human Genetics was held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from October 18-22. Dr. Palmer presented at a session organized by 23andMe. His talk was titled “Studying impulsivity, alcoholism, and loneliness using
The recent article, “Genome-wide Association Study of Loneliness Demonstrates a Role for Common Variation“, has garnered significant attention in various news and social media outlets! KSWB Fox 5 interviewed Dr. Abraham Palmer about the study’s findings. Dr. Sandra Sanchez Roige
Dr. Abraham Palmer presented at the Genetic Seminar Series at Emory University School of Medicine on October 3rd. His talk was titled “Behavioral genetics: from discovery to translation”.
The P50 Center’s proposal, titled “Genome-wide mapping of gene-microbiome interaction: implication in behavior”, has been selected for funding by the UC San Diego’s Center for Microbiome Innovation. The purpose of these seed grants is to jump start microbiome research in
The article, “Sex-specific Linkage Scans in Opioid Dependence”, was accepted for publication in Neuropsychiatric Genetics. Other authors include Bao-Zhu Yang, Shizhong Han, Henry Kranzler, Joel Gelernter, and Abraham Palmer.
Dr. Amanda Barkley-Levenson received a F32 Postdoctoral Individual National Research Service Award from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) for her project, titled “Epistatic Modifiers and Novel Genetic Contributions to Binge-like Drinking and Motivational Effects of Alcohol”.
Article by Drs. Jianjun Gao, Sandra Sanchez-Roige, Abraham Palmer, and other Palmer Lab members accepted for publication in Neuropsychopharmacology
The article, “Genome-wide Association Study of Loneliness Demonstrates a Role for Common Variation”, was accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Neuropsychopharmacology. Authors include current and former Palmer Lab members (Jianjun Gao, Sandra Sanchez-Roige, Amy B. Hart, Abraham A.
The recent Neuron article, “Genetic Background Limits Generalizability of Genotype-Phenotype Relationships”, has garnered considerable attention on various social media outlets! No doubt helped by the accompanying whimsical video abstract, “Should Single Strains Suffice?”, starring Drs. Laura Sittig, Abraham Palmer, and
In the above Cell Press video abstract, “Should Single Strains Suffice?”, Drs. Laura Sittig and Abraham Palmer explain what happened when they examined the effects of two genetic mutations on a panel of different mouse strains. Their findings were recently