VCU’s Kenneth Kendler achieves
No. 1 lifetime ranking among
published psychiatry scholarsAnalytics site ScholarGPS, which tracks more than 30 million
scholars worldwide, says Kendler’s work has been cited more
than 125,000 times.More about Kendler
Dr. Roxann Roberson-NayReceived two R21 NIMH grants to explore exosomal cargo,
with Co-Is Drs. Dana Lapato, Vasily Yakolev, and
Preetam GhoshLearn more
Drs. Elizabeth Prom-Wormley
and Hermine MaesReceived funding for theirResist! Projectto indexindividual resistance to psychoactive substance use
during adolescence.Download PDF
We are an interdisciplinary institute bringing together faculty with a wide range of scientific backgrounds.
Postdoctoral training applicants in psychiatric and statistical genetics with a focus on mental health invited to join VIPBG.
Genome-wide analysis of schizophrenia and multiple sclerosis identifies shared genomic loci with mixed direction of effects
Daniel Zhou, a fourth-year MD/PhD student in the Integrative Life Sciences studies suicide behaviors focusing on adolescent populations.
Faculty and Staff
Dr. Roberson-Nay receives a $275K grant for her “Quantification and Characterization of Bulk” research study.
Dr. Eva Lancaster, from VIPBG to shaping government policy concerning biomedical research and data science.
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