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Breaking ground: Jerry McClearn, Kurt Schlesinger, and Jim Wilson.
At the end of each year IBG hosts a mini-conference where students and trainees present their original research. Afterwards, we celebrate!
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Multiple laboratories use neuroscience and molecular genetic approaches to understand behavior in animals.
Studies of executive function look at the genetic basis of brain regions involved in decision making
A social media study with Colorado twins ages 14-17.
A study on DNA regions involved with nicotine dependence.
Colorado Adoption & Twin Study of Lifecourse Development.
Several Functional magnetic resonance imaging studies are underway.
Are you participating in a research study at the Institute for Behavioral Genetics? Follow this link to find out more information about your project.
Go to PubMed to search all publications by IBG affiliates and fellows.
Publications at PubMed