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Geerts H. on NEWS: Ketamine Elicits Brain State Resembling Early Stages of Schizophrenia, This is a very interesting contribution to improve the understanding of the progressive... 26 Aug 2014. 

Seillier A. on PAPER: Metaxas A. et al., 2014, Whether the vulnerability to PCP is higher in adolescence (a critical developmental period)... 26 Aug 2014. 

Kamiya A. on NEWS: Stem Cells and TALENs Bring DISC1 Back in the News, Ming and Song's group has recently reported an exciting biological characterization of... 25 Aug 2014. 

Lipska B. on NEWS: Model of Schizophrenia Cortical Deficits Reversed With Antioxidants, This is a highly original and exciting paper demonstrating that juvenile antioxidant... 22 Aug 2014. 

Brandon N. on NEWS: Stem Cells and TALENs Bring DISC1 Back in the News, The lab of Hongjun Song and Guo-Li Ming have provided a detailed analysis and... 19 Aug 2014. 

Korth C. on NEWS: Stem Cells and TALENs Bring DISC1 Back in the News, The paper by Wen et al. in Nature is strong in two aspects: First, methodologically the... 19 Aug 2014. 

Brennand K. on NEWS: Stem Cells and TALENs Bring DISC1 Back in the News, Johns Hopkins researchers, co-led by Guo-li Ming and Hongjun Song, have done it again! In... 19 Aug 2014. 

Simpson E. on NEWS: Dopamine Dysfunction Triggers Massive Reprogramming of Cortex, This paper is of most interest to schizophrenia researchers, but should also be of interest... 12 Aug 2014. 

McMahon F. on PAPER: Georgieva L. et al., 2014, This study provides further evidence that de novo CNVs do play a role in bipolar disorder,... 7 Aug 2014. 

Kellendonk C. on NEWS: Dopamine Dysfunction Triggers Massive Reprogramming of Cortex, The drastic downregulation of genes in the cortex after genetic autoreceptor inactivation is... 6 Aug 2014. 

Geerts H. on NEWS: Bigger Schizophrenia GWAS Reports More Than 100 Hits, While this might be a blockbuster breakthrough study from an academic point of view, I would... 6 Aug 2014. 

Vukadinovic Z. on NEWS: Bigger Schizophrenia GWAS Reports More Than 100 Hits, My brief comment will focus on one of the findings which is replicated in this study. Namely,... 31 Jul 2014. 

McGorry P. on PAPER: Bond GR. et al., 2014, This is a critically important area and paper that have major implications for recovery. 23 Jul 2014. 

Seeman P. on NEWS: Bigger Schizophrenia GWAS Reports More Than 100 Hits, Of the many DNA regions found to be associated with schizophrenia in this study (Ripke et... 22 Jul 2014. 

Roth B. on NEWS: Bigger Schizophrenia GWAS Reports More Than 100 Hits, This is indeed a "landmark paper" and one eagerly awaited by the field of psychiatry, and... 22 Jul 2014. 

McMahon F. on NEWS: Bigger Schizophrenia GWAS Reports More Than 100 Hits, Those of us who attended the annual meeting of the International Society of Psychiatric... 22 Jul 2014. 

Goldman D, Hodgkinson C. on NEWS: Bigger Schizophrenia GWAS Reports More Than 100 Hits, The fact that schizophrenia is moderately to highly heritable is yesterday’s news;... 21 Jul 2014. 

Carter C. on NEWS: Evidence Mounts for the Maternal Inflammation Hypothesis of Schizophrenia, If the development of schizophrenia depends upon maternal infection, perhaps a large number... 16 Jul 2014. 

Brennand K. on NEWS: 15q11.2 Deletions Point to Cytoskeleton, Altered Migration in Schizophrenia, In their recent Cell Stem Cell publication, Yoon et al. convincingly demonstrate that, of the... 15 Jul 2014. 

Marder S. on NEWS: Evidence Mounts for the Maternal Inflammation Hypothesis of Schizophrenia, Accumulating evidence indicates that activation of the maternal immune system—from infectious... 11 Jul 2014. 

Hoffman R. on Reply to Comment by R. Lewine I am not sure of the answer, but in thinking back... 8 Jul 2014. 

Lewine R. on First, thank you, Dr. Hoffman, for a thought-provoking presentation. Second, a question: To... 6 Jul 2014. 

Roth B. on PAPER: Nutt DJ. et al., 2014, This is an interesting and provocative perspective on where things might need to go in the... 30 Jun 2014. 

Hall J. on NEWS: 22q11DS Model Suggests Substrate for Auditory Hallucinations, The paper by Chun et al. provides some very interesting and provocative new insights into the... 10 Jun 2014. 

Grace A. on NEWS: SIRS 2014—Refining Schizophrenia Clinical Drug Trials, This was an important symposium, but I am concerned about the impression that these findings... 4 Jun 2014. 

Mowry B, Nayler S. on NEWS: Neural Progenitor Cells Model Aspects of Schizophrenia, In a recent follow-up to their 2011 paper, Brennand et al. report considerable progress... 29 May 2014. 

Heck A. on PAPER: Dickinson D. et al., 2014, Polymorphisms of the sodium carrier gene SCN2A are associated with general cognitive ability... 29 May 2014. 

Waltz J. on PAPER: Grimm O. et al., 2014, I want to compliment Grimm and colleagues on their study of reward processing of first-degree... 27 May 2014. 

Spencer K. on NEWS: Study Forges Link Between Neural Oscillations, Working Memory, When we look at an EEG recording, we see the summed electrical fields from throughout the... 27 May 2014. 

Barch D, Eisenstein S. on PAPER: Grimm O. et al., 2014, The search for an intermediate phenotype that is reliably elicited in healthy relatives of... 22 May 2014. 

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