The Dougherty Lab has a new preprint, “A MYT1L Syndrome mouse model recapitulates patient phenotypes and reveals altered brain development due to disrupted neuronal maturation.” The preprint shares the lab’s work on the MYT1L gene and its participation in brain development and behavioral circuits related to ID, ASD, and ADHD. The work was led by Jiayang Chen, a graduate student in the lab; Susan Maloney, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and a member of the Dougherty Lab at Washington University School of Medicine; and Joe Dougherty, PhD, Associate Professor of Genetics and Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine. Other Washington University School of Medicine researchers also contributed to the effort. Congratulations, all!