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Ground Breaking Study on the Genetics of Same-sex Sexual Behavior

Aug. 30, 2019

Recent IBG graduate, Robbee Wedow, publishes ground breaking study of genetic influences on same-sex sexual behavior in Science: The original article in Science. The New York Times: Many Genes Influence Same-Sex Sexuality, Not a Single ‘Gay Gene’ The New York Times Opinion: What Genetics Is Teaching Us About Sexuality, by...

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IBG Faculty Fellow Greg Carey elected BGA President

July 25, 2019

At the annual meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association in Stockholm this year, it was announced that IBG Faculty Fellow Greg Carey has been elected to serve as President of the Association for 2020-21. As President Elect, he will also be the Program Chair for the 2020 meeting in Los Angeles.

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IBG graduate student, Richard Border, inteviewed on CBC

June 11, 2019

IBG graduate student Richard Border was inteviewed on CBC about his recent paper in the American Journal of Psychiatry (volume 176, issue 5) on the genetics of depression.

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Tenure Track Assistant Professor Position

May 23, 2019

The Institute for Behavioral Genetics, University of Colorado Boulder, invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professorship with an academic appointment in one of the following departments: 1) Psychology and Neuroscience , 2) Integrative Physiology , 3) Economics , 4) Computer Science , 5) Ecology and Evolutionary Biology , 6)...

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Faculty Fellow Matt Keller received the 2019 Department of Psychology and Neuroscience award for outstanding research

May 23, 2019

Dr. Matthew Keller's research bridges behavioral, evolutionary, and statistical genetics to elucidate the genetic underpinnings of psychiatric disorders and individual differences. Over the past two years, he has published 24 peer-reviewed journal articles, many of those in the top journals in his field (Nature Genetics, Nature Human Behavior, Bioinformatics, Annual...