Dougherty Lab publishes paper in Biological Psychiatry

The Dougherty Lab recently published a paper in Biological Psychiatry, “Massively Parallel Reporter Assays: Defining Functional Psychiatric Genetic Variants across Biological Contexts.” Bernie Mulvey, a graduate student in the lab, is first author. Tomás...

Dougherty Lab publishes new paper in Human Molecular Genetics

The Dougherty Lab published a paper in Human Molecular Genetics, “Functions of Gtf2i and Gtf2ird1 in the developing brain: transcription, DNA binding and long-term behavioral consequences.” Nathan Kopp, a former graduate student in the lab, and Kayla...

Dutcher Lab publishes paper in collaboration with MRC

The Dutcher Lab has published a paper in collaboration with researchers at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge. The paper, “CCDC61/VFL3 Is a Paralog of SAS6 and Promotes Ciliary Functions,” appears in a recent issue of Structure. Takashi...

Graduate student joins Turner and Dutcher Labs

Zach Payne, a graduate student in the Molecular Genetics and Genomics program at Washington University School of Medicine, will be a joint student in the Turner and Dutcher Labs to look at cilia and autism. Welcome,...

Two graduate students join the Mitra Lab

Pam Recio and Lori Llaci have joined the Mitra Lab as graduate students.  Pam received a Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology from California State University Monterey Bay. Her undergraduate research involved assessing the role that specific genes-LAC1 and LAG1-...