Genetics and Genomics

Genetics and Genomics

March 2010 – Vol 12 – No. 1

State of the art

Nature and nurture in neuropsychiatric genetics: where do we stand?
Danielle M. Dick, PhD; Brien Riley, PhD; Kenneth S. Kendler, MD

Basic research

Epigenetic approaches to psychiatric disorders
Carolyn Ptak, BScH; Arturas Petronis, MD, PhD

Whole genome association studies in complex diseases: where do we stand?
Anna C. Need, PhD; David B. Goldstein, PhD

Personal genomes in progress: from the Human Genome Project to the Personal Genome Project
Jeantine E. Lunshof (Co-first author), PhD; Jason Bobe (Co-first author), MS; John Aach, PhD; Misha Angrist, PhD; Joseph V. Thakuria, MD; Daniel B. Vorhaus, JD, MA; Margret R. Hoehe (Co-last author), MD, PhD; George M. Church (Co-last author), PhD

Translational research

The past, present, and future of direct-to-consumer genetic tests
Agnar Helgason, DPhil; Kári Stefánsson , MD

Pharmacological aspects

Psychiatric pharmacogenomic testing in clinical practice
David A. Mrazek, MD, FRCPsych

Genetics of drug dependence
Joel Gelernter, MD; Henry R. Kranzler, MD

Clinical research

New findings in the genetics of major psychoses
Markus M Nöthen, MD; Vanessa Nieratschker, PhD; Sven Cichon, PhD; Marcella Rietschel, MD

Single gene disorders come into focus – again
Hans-Hilger Ropers, MD, Phd

Clinical research

The genetic epidemiology of personality disorders
Ted Reichborn-Kjennerud, MD

Brief report

A glossary of relevant genetic terms
Deborah J. Morris-Rosendahl, PhD