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News Brief: Athina Markou Dies
25 May 2016. The psychiatric research community will be saddened to learn that Athina Markou died on May 18....
 
New Genes of Interest, AS3MT and BORCS7, for Schizophrenia
12 May 2016. Transcripts in the brain have identified likely risk genes for schizophrenia along chromosome 10....
 
Searching for the Elusive Epigenetic Influence on Schizophrenia
11 May 2016. Two studies of DNA methylation offer more evidence that the way genes are turned on and off could be a source of risk for schizophrenia....
 
 
 
 
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Webinar: Signal and Noise in Psychiatric Neuroimaging
John Krystal, Alan Anticevic,
Deanna Barch, Randy Buckner, Daniel Weinberger
Join us on Monday, June 6, at 12 noon US EDT, for a webinar on critical issues in the interpretation of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data in psychiatric research. SRF advisor John Krystal will moderate a discussion among Alan Anticevic, Deanna Barch, Randy Buckner, and Daniel Weinberger.

For some years now, the methodologists in the neuroimaging community have been working to resolve a well-known confounder
in magnetic imaging (MRI) research: the fact that head movement and breathing are hard to control for. This concern and others specific to psychiatric research were laid out in detail in a recent review in the American Journal of Psychiatry by Daniel Weinberger and Eugenia Radulescu.

In preparation for the webinar, we also invite you to read commentaries here and here on the Weinberger and Radulescu review by Alan Anticevic and Matthew Glasser, and by Godfrey Pearlson, Vince Calhoun, and David C. Glahn. We welcome the submission of preliminary comments that can be taken up in the webinar discussion.
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Comments - Posted 25 May 2016
Read remarks by Ian Kelleher about McGrath JJ et al.
PAPER: The Bidirectional Associations Between Psychotic Experiences and DSM-IV Mental Disorders.
 
Conferences - Posted 24 May 2016
New Insights into Psychiatric Disorders Through Computational, Biological & Developmental Approaches: 25-28 September 2016, Moltkes Palae, Copenhagen, Denmark.
 
Comments - Posted 16 May 2016
Read remarks by Stephen Marder about Bastiampillai T et al.
NEWS: Bumpy Launch for New Clozapine Monitoring Program
 
Comments - Posted 16 May 2016
Read remarks by Francis McMahon about Goes FS et al.
PAPER: Exome Sequencing of Familial Bipolar Disorder.
 
Comments - Posted 16 May 2016
Read remarks by Irving Gottesman about Montano C et al.
NEWS: Searching for the Elusive Epigenetic Influence on Schizophrenia
 
May 26, 2016
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