The Dougherty Lab recently had a paper published in Human Molecular Genetics, “Functions of Gtf2i and Gtf2ird1 in the developing brain: transcription, DNA-binding, and long term behavioral consequences.” Nathan Kopp, PhD, a former graduate student in the lab, is first author on the paper. Kayla Nygaard, a graduate student in the lab; Yating Liu, a programmer in the lab; and Katie McCullough, a mouse technician in the lab, are also authors. Susan Maloney, PhD, instructor in psychiatry and a lab member; Harrison Gabel, PhD, assistant professor of neuroscience at Washington University School of Medicine; and Joe Dougherty, PhD, associate professor of genetics at Washington University School of Medicine, are senior authors. Congratulations, all!