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
An article by Virginia Hughes discussing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) mentions Abraham Palmer’s work. You can find the full article here.
Camron Bryant, Research Associate in the Palmer Lab, has officially accepted an offer for an Assistant Professor position at Boston University School of Medicine in the Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. There, Camron will complete the R00 phase of
An article by Stephen J. Lyons in American Airline’s in-flight magazine highlights the wonders of living in Hyde Park . You can read the full article here.
Congratulations to Amy Hart, the recipient of a Graduate Student Affairs Travel Fund. Amy will be using her travel award to attend the World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics in Hamburg, Germany this October. Her presentation is entitled “Small candidate gene studies of the
Clarissa Parker, Amy Hart and Abraham Palmer visit Jackson Labs for Short Course on Genetics of Addiction
This is the third year that Abraham has been co-director of the course. Amy and Clarissa received tuition wavers.
Clarissa Parker will be participating in the World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics in Hamburg, Germany
Clarissa’s presentation “Comparing genome-wide association results for fear conditioning in two advanced intercross mouse lines: Implications for gene identification in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in humans” will be on October 17, 2012.
Amy Hart’s paper ‘Genome-wide association study of d-amphetamine response in healthy volunteers identifies putative associations, including cadherin 13 (CDH13)’ accepted for publication in PLoS ONE
After a lengthy review process Amy’s paper is finally in press. Other authors include Brbara E. Engelhardt*, Margaret C. Wardle, Greta Sokoloff, Matthew Stephens, Harriet de Wit and Abraham A. Palmer.
Lab members Camron Bryant and Margaret Distler were both married on July 7, 2012… but not to each other… Camron married Galum and Margaret married Will. Congrats and best wishes to them all. Photos anyone? More located here: http://matushekphotography.com/margaret-will-married/
Kat is the newest addition to the lab; she is a member of the Committee on Neurobiology and will be supported by the Training in Drug Abuse Research Training Grant.