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Deviation From Family Cognitive Aptitude May Help Predict Schizophrenia Risk
19 April 2016. A new study shows a person's poor cognitive performance relative to his or her family members is associated with a higher risk of developing schizophrenia....
 
FDA Advisory Committee Recommends Pimavanserin for Parkinson's Disease Psychosis
19 April 2016. An FDA advisory committee recommended that pimavanserin (trade name Nuplazid®) be approved for treating Parkinson's disease psychosis...
 
SIRS 2016—Of Vitamin D, Critical Periods, and Clinical Trials
14 April 2016. John McGrath of Queensland Brain Institute in Brisbane, Australia, deftly bridged the gap between epidemiology and neuroscience....
 
 
 
 
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Spring in Florence Welcomes SIRS 2016
The attendees at the 2016 Schizophrenia International Research Society meeting in Florence were treated to temperate weather and a full schedule of new findings, along with the usual, though hardly pedestrian, artistic wonders of the city. Reporter Michele Solis was able to
enjoy a few good meals when not otherwise busy with submitting reports from some of the sessions. We invite you to read her stories and submit commentary:
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Comments - Posted 26 April 2016
Read remarks by Francis McMahon about Gagliano SA et al.
PAPER: Allele-Skewed DNA Modification in the Brain: Relevance to a Schizophrenia GWAS.
 
Comments - Posted 19 April 2016
Read remarks by Courtney Thaxton, Benjamin Philpot about Rannals MD et al.
NEWS: New Study Finds Schizophrenia Risk Gene TCF4 Regulates Neuronal Excitability
 
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