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University of Copenhagen Panum Blegdamsvej 3b, 2200 Copenhagen N.
May 15-17, 2023
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
Mallory Stephenson, a third-year PhD ILS-BSG candidate, focuses on the genetic aspects of internalizing and substance use disorders.
Faculty and Staff
Dr. Roberson-Nay receives a $275K grant for her “Quantification and Characterization of Bulk” research study.
Chris Chatzinakos, Ph.D. accepted the Lindon Eaves Award for Excellence in Post-Doctoral Research
Community Engagement is about partnerships between VCU and its communities that are working together, changing lives.
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