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News Brief: Stem Cells From Schizophrenia Patients Secrete Neurotransmitters
22 September 2014. Researchers report that they have been able to generate cells that synthesize and secrete neurotransmitters from stem cells derived from people with schizophrenia...
 
Reading Skills Decline in Schizophrenia
18 September 2014. People with schizophrenia show profound reading impairments, which correlate with lower socioeconomic status...
 
New Genetic Almanac Should Help Scientists Understand GWAS Hits
9 September 2014. Researchers have created a database of expression-quantitative trait loci that somehow influence the expression of one or more genes...
 
 
 
 
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Q&A With Michael O'Donovan on Landmark Schizophrenia GWAS
Michael O'Donovan
The publication of the biggest genomewide association study in schizophrenia recently drew much attention (and some commentary at SRF). We followed up with lead author Michael O'Donovan to ask some questions about the ongoing Psychiatric Genome Consortium schizophrenia effort and how to follow up on the >100 associations with common variants already in hand. Read the interview and offer any comments or questions you have.
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Jobs - Posted 29 September 2014
Postdoctoral Position: Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baltimore, Maryland.
 
Comments - Posted 26 September 2014
Read remarks by Didier Pinault about Anticevic A et al.
NEWS: Ketamine Elicits Brain State Resembling Early Stages of Schizophrenia
 
Comments - Posted 26 September 2014
Read remarks by Natalia Jimeno about Revheim N et al.
NEWS: Reading Skills Decline in Schizophrenia
 
Jobs - Posted 23 September 2014
Postdoctoral Scientist: Zucker Hillside Hospital / Feinstein Institute for Medical Research: New York, NY.
 
Jobs - Posted 23 September 2014
Bioinformaticist: Zucker Hillside Hospital/Feinstein Institute for Medical Research: New York, NY.
 
Comments - Posted 18 September 2014
Read remarks by Naomi Tabak about Velligan DI et al.
PAPER: A Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Adaptation Training, Their Combination and Treatment as Usual in Chronic Schizophrenia.
September 30, 2014
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