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Researcher Profile - Irving Gottesman

RESEARCHER INFORMATION
First Name:Irving
Last Name:Gottesman
Title:Professor
Advanced Degrees:Ph.D., Hon.FRCPsych.
Affiliation:University of Minnesota Medical School
Department:Psychiatry
City:Edina
State/Province:MN
Zip/Postal Code:55436
Country/Territory:U.S.A.
Email Address:gotte003@umn.edu
Disclosure:
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Member reports no financial or other potential conflicts of interest. [Last Modified: 29 October 2011]
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Clinical Interests:
Autism spectrum disorders (pervasive developmental disorders), Bipolar disorder , Neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g., 22q11 deletion syndromes), Psychology, genetic counseling, Schizophrenia, Depression
Research Focus:
Proteomics, Brain imaging, Neurodevelopment, Immunology, Epidemiology, endophenotypes, Neurotransmission, Signal transduction, Genetics, Animal models, Bioinformatics/Statistics, Phenomenology/diagnosis, Glia/myelin
Work Sector(s):
University
If resources were not limited, what research projects would you pursue?
Integration of MEG findings with other brain image functions.
Use of stem cells and zebra fish as tools for psychiatric genetics.
What is your leading hypothesis?
Diathesis x stressor models within a systems biology context, informed by an endophenotype strategy (Gottesman & Gould, 2003, American J. of Psychiatry).



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