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Researcher Profile - James I. Koenig

RESEARCHER INFORMATION
First Name:James I.
Last Name:Koenig
Title:Professor
Advanced Degrees:Ph.D.
Affiliation:University of Maryland School of Medicine
Department:Maryland Psychiatric Research Center
Street Address 1:Dept of Psychiatry
Street Address 2:55 Wade Avenue
City:Baltimore
State/Province:MD
Zip/Postal Code:21228
Country/Territory:U.S.A.
Phone:410-402-7319
Fax:410-402-6066
Email Address: 
Disclosure:
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Member reports no financial or other potential conflicts of interest. [Last Modified: 26 October 2005]
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Clinical Interests:
Anxiety disorders , Neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., 22q11 deletion syndromes), Schizophrenia, Drug abuse, Autism spectrum disorders (pervasive developmental disorders), Depression
Research Focus:
Animal models, Neurodevelopment, DNA microrrays, Pharmacology, Proteomics, Neuroanatomy/Systems Neuroscience, Neuropathology, Neurotransmission, GABAergic transmission, Glutamatergic transmission
Work Sector(s):
University
What is your leading hypothesis?
Schizophrenia is a disease that is derived from alterations in brain development.
What piece of missing evidence would help prove it?
Being able to track gene expression across all developmental epochs in the animal model we currently use in our studies.



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