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.

idDateSeminar TitlePresenter
3432019-09-05Post GWAS analyses using summary statistics with an application to PTSDSilviu-Alin Bacanu
3442019-09-12*** NO SEMINAR - NO PRESENTER ***
3452019-09-19*** NO SEMINAR - NO PRESENTER ***
3462019-09-26Hard Problems: Difficulties Using Structural Equation Modeling and Multi-omic Data to Understand Factors That Influence The Timing of BirthDana Lapato
3472019-10-03Transcriptional reprogramming at Zfp189 reveals key molecular disruptions that contribute to addiction and depression.Peter Hamilton
3482019-10-10*** NO SEMINAR - NO PRESENTER ***
3492019-10-17*** NO SEMINAR - NO PRESENTER ***
3502019-10-24Striatal glutamate homeostasis and addiction: What we learn from animal models that consider comorbidities.Lori Knackstedt
3512019-10-31Genetic & Environmental Variation in ABCD DataHermine Maes
3522019-11-07Shared molecular genetic risk of PTSD and alcohol dependence.Christina Sheerin
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