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Gottesman I. on NEWS: Parental Age and Risk of Mental Illness: More Than Mutations, "In addition, a risk factor does not mean a causal factor." Thank you for this very important... 8 Jun 2016. 

Gottesman I. on NEWS: Searching for the Elusive Epigenetic Influence on Schizophrenia, I, for one, want to express my gratitude to Michele Solis for the clarity she brings to... 16 May 2016. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Manrique-Garcia E. et al., 2016, Yet another reason to be envious of Scandinavian national registries that benefit studies of... 2 May 2016. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Reininghaus U. et al., 2016, This paper deserves close scrutiny, as it does more than just chat about dimensions for... 1 Apr 2016. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Murray RM. et al., 2016, This editorial-like comment from a senior psychiatrist, Professor Sir Robin M. Murray, with... 23 Mar 2016. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Rautio N. et al., 2016, It takes courage to publish negative results that are part of the received wisdom in a... 23 Mar 2016. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Sugden K. et al., 2016, This is a very important paper, one that will attract both media attention and scrutiny from... 2 Mar 2016. 

Gottesman I. on NEWS: Will Biotypes Redefine Psychosis Research?, Professors Braff and Kendler add to drawing a larger framework for aspirants to other novel... 22 Jan 2016. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Clamor A. et al., 2016, Three cheers for the search for a novel, non-invasive endophenotype with promising findings. 12 Jan 2016. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Kraan T. et al., 2016, Given that the Netherlands has had much more prolonged exposure of the population to the... 30 Nov 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Burton BK. et al., 2015, This meta-analysis deserves wide attention. The answer to the question posed is "sometimes... 30 Nov 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Grant P. et al., 2015, In addition to the 13 articles in a 2015 issue of the Schizophrenia Bulletin that stimulated... 17 Nov 2015. 

Gottesman I. on NEWS: Patient-Derived Bipolar Neurons Reproduce Clinical Response to Lithium, When a superstar such as Fred Gage uses the endophenotype strategy with skin cells from... 10 Nov 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Andreasen NC. et al., 2015, A must-read memoir—a beautiful essay about a beautiful mind, the late John Nash, that... 3 Nov 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Kotlar AV. et al., 2015, A sophisticated overview in brief form that answers the query, What's new in the genetic... 3 Nov 2015. 

Gottesman I. on NEWS: WCPG 2015—A Moment for Mitochondria in Schizophrenia Etiology, As usual and expected, the brilliant science reporting of Michele Solis cuts through... 22 Oct 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Vilhjálmsson BJ. et al., 2015, A 25 percent increase in predictive accuracy with a Polygenic Risk Score is nothing to be... 14 Oct 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Finucane HK. et al., 2015, Signs of progress for making biological sense out of the vast array of GWAS hits. 5 Oct 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Bulik-Sullivan B. et al., 2015, The mathematical-genetic genius of Ben Neale (son of Mike Neale) and his coworkers continues... 5 Oct 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Fusar-Poli P. et al., 2015, A challenging editorial that should function to avoid complacency in the search for... 17 Aug 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Fu Y. et al., 2015, I am automatically drawn to twin studies, especially when they are unique and sophisticated... 14 Jul 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Shubik M. et al., 2015, This very touching and informative Perspective in Science is actually an obituary for John... 14 Jul 2015. 

Gottesman I. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: How Can Schizotypy Inform Schizophrenia Research?, Incredible that SRF could get this webinar online in lightning speed. THANK YOU. The... 9 Jul 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Wong AH. et al., 2015, Although these informed authors may be preaching to the converted for the readership of this... 15 Jun 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Curtis D. et al., 2015, The results of this paper should be of interest to those researchers who have been promoting... 10 Jun 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Lencz T. et al., 2015, The strategy implicated by these experts should stimulate considerable interest in the wider... 12 May 2015. 

Gottesman I. on NEWS: New Journal on the Schizophrenia Landscape, It would be quite interesting to see the "market analysis" conducted by Nature as well as to... 27 Mar 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Meier MH. et al., 2015, The study of normal persons who are outliers on dimensions of psychopathological interest can... 8 Mar 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Torjesen I. et al., 2015, This editorial is a summary of an important paper in Lancet Psychiatry ( 8 Mar 2015. 

Gottesman I. on PAPER: Schmidt A. et al., 2014, This stimulating paper combines the notions of hubs as well as structural and functional... 15 Feb 2015. 

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