IBG Faculty Fellows Tom Johnson and Chris Link, and IBG Researcher Jim Cypser received funding from the National Institute on Aging to study C. Elegans as a Model of Cell Senescence and Alzheimer's Disease (R21 AG067147).
Claire Morrison , a graduate student at IBG, won the Rowe award for best poster presentation at the 2020 BGA conference. The title of her poster is Latent genetic structure of sleep health and psychopathology.
Jared Balbona won the Thompson award for the best presentation by a student at the 2020 BGA conference. His talk was titled The nature of nurture revisited: Estimating the effect of vertical transmission using structural equation modeling. A pre-print version of the paper is available on bioRxiv .
IBG faculty member Professors Marissa Ehringer and IBG fellow Professor Ryan Bachtell have received a U01 grant from the National Institute of Drug Abuse to map genes and networks for oxycodone behaviors in the Hybrid Rat Diversity Panel.