The talk was titled “Behavioral genetics of complex behavioral traits in mice: gene identification and mechanistic studies”
Dr. Abraham Palmer and Natalia Gonzales attend Genes & Behavior Gordon Research Conference in Galveston, Texas.
This years meeting was titled “Decoding sequenced genomes” and featured talks on behavioral genetics across a range of different organisms. Abraham served as a discussant and Natalia presented a poster and won a travel fellowship.
The lab is very proud of undergraduate Naomi Gorfinkle. Her poster was selected by the judges as the best poster on a biological topic at the Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Dr. Abraham Palmer was invited by Julie Blendy, his seminar was titled “Behavioral genetics in mice and men: quantitative studies related to drug abuse and anxiety disorders.”
Clarissa Parker, Riyan Cheng and Abraham Palmer’s paper accepted for publication in Mammalian Genome
The article titled, “QTLs for murine red blood cell parameters in LG/J and SM/J F2 and advanced intercross lines,” has been accepted for publication in Mammalian Genome.
Dr. Palmer presented a seminar titled “Tomorrow’s outbred mice, the genetics of amphetamine-induced euphoria, and why some mice are more anxious that others” at Oregon Health & Sciences University.
The paper titled, “QTL analysis of the properties of soleus muscle fibers in a cross between LG/J and SM/J mouse strains,” in Frontiers in Genetics and can be found here. Thanks to Ari and Andrew who did most of the hard work.