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Congratulations to Graduate Student Dan Gustavson for receiving the 2016 Dozier Award
April 2016 - Graduate student Dan Gustavson, mentored by Naomi Friedman and Akira Miyake , has been awarded the 2016 Dozier Award for Basic Research by the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience for the best doctoral dissertation presented.

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Matt Keller receives Fuller & Scott Early Career Award
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Matt Keller who received The 2012 Behavior Genetics Association's Fuller and Scott Early Career Award. This prestigious award recognizes outstanding scientific accomplishments by a member who is early in their career. Matt earned this award based on his groundbreaking evolutionary and statistical genetic studies of behavior...

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Matt Keller, Sarah Medland, and Laramie Duncan win Fulker Award
At this year's meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association, the Fulker Award for best paper published in the journal Behavior Genetics during 2010 was presented to IBG Faculty Fellow, Matt Keller (Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience), Sarah Medland of the Queensland Institute for Medical Research, and Laramie Duncan, a...

Melissa Munn-Chernoff named co-recipient of the 2011 Dozier Award
Congratulations to Melissa Munn-Chernoff and her mentor, Mike Stallings , on Melissa's being named co-recipient of the 2011 Dozier Award for the most outstanding graduate student in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. Melissa successfully defended her thesis on `Genetic and Environmental Risk Factors for Disordered Eating and Co-Occurring Traits'...

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2010 Denham Harman Research Award to Tom Johnson
Tom Johnson has won the American Aging Association's 2010 Denham Harman Research Award for lifetime achievement in research. Established in 1978 this award was named in honor of Dr. Denham Harman, a co-founder of the American Aging Association and honors a person who has made significant contributions to biomedical aging...

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