PhD student Kyoko Watanabe (CNCR-CTG) publishes a novel way of using single cell gene expression data to prioritize cell types in disease. Her paper features as Editor’s highlight in Nature Communications
A new study of Dirk Jan Ardesch and colleagues comparing the human and chimpanzee brain provides new insight on human brain specializations, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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.