Dr. Abraham Palmer’s NIDA R01 Supplement titled, “Administrative Supplement for Research on Sex/Gender Differences,” was funded! The NIH Office of Research on Women’s Health (ORWH) offers administrative supplements to accelerate research on sex/gender differences (or similarities) and/or sex and gender factors in human health and illness,
Article by Clarissa Parker, Peter Carbonetto, Greta Sokoloff, Jenny Park and Abraham Palmer accepted for publication in Genetics
The article, “High-resolution genetic mapping of complex traits in a combined analysis of an F2 intercross and an advanced intercross,” has been accepted for publication in Genetics. Authors include Clarissa Parker, Peter Carbonetto, Greta Sokoloff, Jenny Park, Mark Abney and
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.
Dr. Peter Carbonetto accepts a position at www.Ancestory.com Dr. Carbonetto spent a year in the Palmer lab during which time he contributed to several projects that are only now being published.
Article by Peter Carbonetto, Riyan Cheng, Clarissa Parker, and Abraham Palmer accepted for publication in Physiological Genomics
The article, “Discovery and refinement of muscle weight QTLs in B6 x D2 advanced intercross mice,” has been accepted for publication in Physiological Genomics. Co-authors include Joseph Gyekis, David Blizard, Arimantas Lionikas, Peter Carbonetto, Riyan Cheng, Clarissa Parker, and Abraham Palmer.
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
Article by Laura Sittig, Camila Barrios Camacho, and Abraham Palmer accepted for publication in Mammalian Genome
The article, “Phenotypic instability between the near isogenic substrains BALB/cJ and BALB/cByJ” was accepted for publication in Mammalian Genome. The authors include Laura J. Sittig, Choongwon Jeong, Emily Tixier, Joe Davis, Camila M. Barrios Camacho, and Abraham A. Palmer.
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
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
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.”