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Schizophrenia Genetics 2015—Part 5, Plan of Action
25 August 2015. Between schizophrenia's landmark GWAS last year and reports of rare genomic variants that increase risk for the disorder, there is no shortage of genetic clues to follow up...
Schizophrenia Genetics 2015—Part 4, Rethinking Diagnoses
21 August 2015. As the genetic risk factors underlying schizophrenia come into focus, the findings blur the categories of mental illness...
Non-Invasive Stimulation Reworks Brain Waves, Improves Cognition
19 August 2015. Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) can normalize neural activity and improve flexible thinking in people with schizophrenia...

Read the Complete Schizophrenia Genetics 2015 Series
Much has changed since our 2010 schizophrenia genetics series! Schizophrenia genetics is a hot topic, not just in our field but across medical research. SRF reporter Michele Solis has surveyed researchers near and far, from different fields and with very different
viewpoints for our 2015 five-part update. We hope that these articles will educate, entertain, and, most importantly, lead to further discussion about how genetic and environmental factors are woven together to create risk for schizophrenia.

We invite you to add your voice to the discussion by leaving a comment on the following installments:
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Comments - Posted 26 August 2015
Read remarks by Paul Lysaker, Tania Lecomte about Eisenacher S et al.
PAPER: Investigation of metamemory functioning in the at-risk mental state for psychosis.
Jobs - Posted 25 August 2015
Psychiatry Neuroscience/Assistant Professor: UT Southwestern Medical Center Dallas, Dallas, Texas.
Jobs - Posted 25 August 2015
Postdoctoral/Research Associate Position: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine, Lubbock, Texas.
Comments - Posted 21 August 2015
Read remarks by Ralph Hoffman about Koops S et al.
PAPER: Theta Burst Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Auditory Verbal Hallucinations: Negative Findings From a Double-Blind-Randomized Trial.
Comments - Posted 21 August 2015
Read remarks by Anissa Abi-Dargham about Chen YH et al.
PAPER: Frontal slow-wave activity as a predictor of negative symptoms, cognition and functional capacity in schizophrenia.
Comments - Posted 21 August 2015
Read remarks by Anissa Abi-Dargham about Luedtke RR et al.
PAPER: Bitropic D3 Dopamine Receptor Selective Compounds s Potential Antipsychotics.
August 28, 2015
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