MGH PGR: December 17, 2020 Division of Clinical Research Genetics and Genomics Series: Psychiatric genomics in late adolescence

December 17, 2020 Division of Clinical Research Genetics and Genomics Series: Psychiatric genomics in late adolescence

The most advanced sets of genomic studies of psychiatric disorders (schizophrenia, autism) have allowed us to know the outline of their genetic architectures. This, in turn, enables us to design completing studies and to envision the outcomes and their importance for clinical practice, etiology, and therapeutics. This field has gotten through its troubled childhood/early adolescence and can now see paths to maturity.

Target Audience

This program is intended for: Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Fellows, Residents, Interns and Nurses

Learning Objectives

  • List the genes implicated in schizophrenia using whole-exome sequencing
  • Use the existing genomic results to parse out neuronal changes implicated in severe mental illness
  • Critique the older candidate gene literature

SPEAKER(S)

Patrick Sullivan, MD, FRANZCP

Course summary
Course opens: 
12/17/2020
Course expires: 
06/10/2021
Cost:
$35.00
Rating: 
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December 17, 2020 Division of Clinical Research Genetics and Genomics Series: Psychiatric genomics in late adolescence

Price

Cost:
$35.00
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SPEAKER(S)

Patrick Sullivan, MD, FRANZCP

FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS

The speaker has the following financial disclosures: 

Patrick Sullivan MD FRANZCP
Lundbeck (consultant, grantee)
RBNC Therapeutics (consultant, shareholder)