Seminars & Lectures

The Virginia Institute for Psychiatric and Behavioral Genetics research seminars are a weekly event that provides faculty, graduate students and post doctoral scholars the opportunity to prevent interesting research topics to the Institute. Occasionally, special guest speakers and other lectures may also be scheduled. The research seminars are held every Thursday during the academic year from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the VIPBG Conference Room #160 at Biotech One.

idDateTitleSpeaker
12018-09-06Direct imputation of summary statistics.Silviu-Alin Bacanu
22018-09-13*** NO SEMINAR - CANCELLED ***Paul Anirban
32018-09-20Caroline Sartor
42018-09-27TJEPEGMIX2-P: A novel pathway transcriptomics method for the analysis of cosmopolitan cohorts.Chris Chatzinakos
52018-10-04*** EVENT CANCELLED ***Nathan Gillespie
62018-10-11Genes, Environments, Smoking & LifeHermine Maes
72018-10-18DNA methylation changes associated with PTSD symptom severity and treatment.Christin Sheerin
82018-10-25Genetic overlap and causality among major depression, alcohol dependence, and alcohol consumption.Roseann Peterson
92018-11-01Translational Approaches To Personalized Pharmacotherapy For Alcohol Use DisordersElvin Price
102018-11-08Discovering the molecular basis of neuronal identity to investigate circuits, brain states and behavior.Anirban Paul
112018-11-15Psychological complexity: from exploration to theory formationSacha Epskamp
122018-11-22*** NO SEMINAR - THANKSGIVING OBSERVED ***
132018-11-29The Inter-relations of Trauma and Alcohol Use Phenotypes in a College Student SampleKatie Bountress
142018-12-06The Mosaic Model for Understanding the Influence of Trisomy 21 on Epigenetic Changes Associated with Stress and Psychiatric PhenotypesRuth Brown
152018-12-13Irish AD Exome Sequencing: Interim ResultsBrien Riley
162018-12-20*** NO SEMINAR - WINTER BREAK ***
172018-12-27*** NO SEMINAR - WINTER BREAK ***
182019-01-03*** NO SEMINAR - WINTER BREAK ***
192019-01-10Data Science for Health and EfficiencyTim York
202019-01-17The ABCD Study and an OpenMx UpdateMichael Neale
212019-01-24Biometrical Moderation Modeling with GREML-SEM: The Scarr-Rowe InteractionRobert Kirkpatrick
222019-01-31A within-case only analysis of exome sequencing data in a sample of highly alcohol dependent subjectsAmanda Gentry
232019-02-07The 2018 Common Rule: What You Need to KnowChristine Davison
242019-02-14Clarifying the association between AUD and suicide in SwedenAlexis Edwards
252019-02-21*** EVENT CANCELLED ***Vladimir Vladimirov
262019-02-28Genetic architecture of alcohol consumption, problems, use, disorders: Emerging evidence & discovery opportunitiesTodd Webb
272019-03-07*** EVENT CANCELLED ***Kristin Mignogna
282019-03-14Contagious Models for Drug Abuse, Vertical Transmission, and Joint GWAS Analyses of Schizophrenia and Bipolar IllnessKenneth Kendler
292019-03-21*** EVENT CANCELLED ***Ashlee Moore
302019-03-28Structure and function of GPCRs in preclinical schizophrenia modelsJavier Gonzalez-Maeso
312019-04-04The Role of DNA Methylation in Perinatal Depressive PsychopathologyDana Lapato
322019-04-11*** EVENT CANCELLED ***Eric Vornholt
332019-04-18Neuroscience and novel therapeutics unit: Conceptual overview (past, present, future)Melissa Brotman
342019-04-25*** EVENT CANCELLED ***Eva Lancaster
352019-05-02*** EVENT CANCELLED ***Tan Hoang Nguyen
362019-05-09Phenotype ExtractionKevin McKee
372019-05-16Improvement of eQTL and pQTL predictions by using variant information from non-protein coding regions.Huseyin Gedik
382019-05-23*** EVENT CANCELLED ***Mohammad Ahangari
392019-05-30A Factor Model with Paired Comparison IndicatorsJoshua Pritikin
402019-06-06Joint analysis of de novo mutations to identify shared and specific risk genes for neuropsychiatric disorders.Tan Hoang Nguyen
412019-06-13RESERVED - STUDENTS
422019-06-20RESERVED - STUDENTS
432019-06-27RESERVED - STUDENTS
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