B-SNIP Study Featured in Scientific American Mind PDF Print E-mail

Scientific American Mind has published an aritcle on the B-SNIP study, a large-scale, NIH-funded study that aims to discover how the risk for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder is transmitted in families, identify the most relevant genes and environmental factors, and determine how these factors affect brain structure and funciton, personality, and cognitive abilities.

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For more information about CEDAR's role in B-SNIP, please see Dr. Matcheri Keshavan's interview with CBS News >

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 February 2016 11:28