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We are an interdisciplinary institute bringing together faculty with a wide range of scientific backgrounds.
Michael Neale, Ph.D., a professor of psychiatry in the School of Medicine, receives the Distinguished Scholarship Award.
Children of divorced parents are more likely to get divorced when compared to those who grew up in two-parent families.
Graduate student Chelsea Sawyers Rooney is a PhD student in Human and Molecular Genetics with a concentration in quantitative genetics.
Faculty and Staff
Faculty member Nathan Gillespie, Ph.D. describes his current research as “many fingers, many pies,” because he has such a broad range of phenotypic interests.
Postdoctoral fellow Lance Rappaport, Ph.D.’s research surrounds affective and behavioral mechanisms in the etiology of internalizing disorders.
More than 75 VCU faculty and staff representing more than 40 departments welcomed the newest VCU students to their new homes last week.
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