An international research team led by Professor Danielle Posthuma (VU / VUmc) has identified the genes, brain areas and cell types that are important in intelligence and neuroticism. Both studies were published June 25, 2018 in Nature Genetics.
A joint effort between the groups of Gerome Breen of the Institute of Psychiatry, London and Danielle Posthuma of the CNCR-CTG, highlights functional consequences of genes associated with intelligence, published March 8, in Molecular Psychiatry.
An international team of researchers, including Danielle Posthuma of the VU & VUMC Amsterdam, identified Rare Copy Number Variants in NRXN1 and CNTN6 that increase the risk for Tourette Syndrome. The findings were published in Neuron, June 21.