This is the first R01 that I’ve ever had to renew, luckily I got it on the first try! The grant was funded by NIDA and is titled “Systems genetic analysis of methamphetamine’s motivational effects in a mouse AIL” and includes more than $1.4 in direct costs from 2011-2016.
Article co-authored by Dr. Greta Sokoloff and Dr. Abraham Palmer accepted for publication in Genome Research
The article, “Genetic analysis in the Collaborative Cross breeding population: Heritability, genetic correlation and QTL mapping,” has been accepted for publication in Genome Research. Dr. Greta Sokoloff and Dr. Abraham Palmer are co-authors are along with Vivek Philip, Cheryl Ackert-Bicknell, Martin Striz, Lisa Branstetter, Melissa Beckmann, Jason Spence, Barbara Jackson, Leslie Galloway, Paul Barker, Ann Wymore, Patricia Hunsicker, David Durtschi, Ginger Shaw, Sarah Shinpock, Kenneth Manly, Darla Miller, Kevin Donohue, Cymbeline Culiat, Gary Churchill, William Lariviere, Bruce O’Hara, Brynn Voy, and Elissa Chesler.
After a long review process, Dr. Greta Sokoloff
Dr. Clarissa Parker and Dr. Abraham Palmer’s article accepted for publication in Frontiers in Genetics
The article, “Dark matter: are mice the solution to missing heritability?,” has been accepted for publication in Frontiers in Genetics. The article can be found here.
Dr. Greta Sokoloff’s paper “Anxiety and fear in a cross of C57BL/6J and DBA/2J mice: mapping overlapping and independent QTL for related traits” has been accepted for publication in Genes, Brain and Behavior. The article can be found here.
Dr. Clarissa Parker won a travel fellowship that allowed her to attend the Wisconsin Symposium on Emotion where she presented a poster titled “Genome-wide association for fear-conditioning in an advanced intercross mouse line: The benefits of recombination”.