Amy Hart’s NPP article garners attention on social media outlets including twitter, reddit and blogs
The article: “Candidate gene studies of a promising intermediate phenotype: failure to replicate” has generated some interest in various social media outlets twitter (and), (and), reddit and multiple blogs and websites. One site ranks it in the top 5 percentile of all scientific articles ranked by attention.
Article by Amy Hart and Dr. Abraham Palmer on Theobromine accepted for publication in Psychopharmacology
Margaret Distler’s article on Glyoxalase 1 accepted for publication in EPILEPSIA
Article by Margaret Wardle, Amy Hart and Dr. Abraham Palmer on D-Amphetamine accepted for publication in Genes, Brain & Behavior
Riyan Cheng’s article ” … Assessing Statistical Significance in the Case of Unequal Relatedness” accepted for publication in Genetics
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 Distler’s article about the gene Csmd1 accepted for publication in PLoSOne
Margaret Distler & Dr. 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.
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 Barbara E. Engelhardt*, Margaret C. Wardle, Greta Sokoloff, Matthew Stephens, Harriet de Wit and Abraham A. Palmer.