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Behavior Genetics Association (BGA) Annual Meeting 

The Behavior Genetics Association (BGA) hosts an annual meeting to allow researchers and scientists to come together and discuss their research on the connections between heredity and behavior in both animals and humans. 


Eva Lancaster, PhD, presented on "Psychological premenstrual symptoms and their polygenic interrelationship with psychiatric and reproductive-related outcomes." at the at the 2023 BGA Annual Meeting

Madhur Singh presented on "Examining Bidirectional Causal Effects between Smoking and Peripheral Blood DNA Methylation Using Mendelian Randomization" at the at the 2023 BGA Annual Meeting

Madhur Singh presented on "Harnessing the Genetic Diversity in the UK Biobank to Enhance Genomic Discovery," at the 2023 BGA  Annual Meeting.

Tim Bigdeli, PhD, presented on "Disparities in prevalence and polygenic prediction of psychosis in Black and African ancestry communities, Genes in a global context: improved methods, greater representation, and new opportunities in psychiatric genetics" at the 2023 BGA Annual Meeting.


Eva Lancaster, PhD, presented her poster on "Characterizing the Regulatory Role of DNA Methylation in Early-Onset Major Depression" at the 2019 BGA Annual Meeting


Roseann E. Peterson, PhD presented her poster on "Genome-wide analyses of smoking behaviors in schizophrenia: findings from the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium (PGC)" at the 2018 BGA Annual Meeting

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