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Weinberger D. on NEWS: The Schizophrenia Research Community Remembers Connie Lieber, Eulogy for Constance Lieber, delivered by Daniel Weinberger, January 19, 2016, at Larchmont... 25 Jan 2016. 

Weinberger D. on NEWS: Cognitive Deficits Found in Controls Carrying Neuropsychiatric Risk CNVs, The latest important result from the Icelandic population genetic study confirms from a new... 19 Dec 2013. 

Weinberger D, Rasetti R. on PAPER: Cousijn H. et al., 2012, The paper by Cousijn et al. is an important addition to the expanding literature on the... 9 Feb 2012. 

Weinberger D. on PAPER: Girard SL. et al., 2011, The paper by Girard et al. is the first of a number of papers that will soon appear searching... 14 Jul 2011. 

Weinberger D. on PAPER: Dickson SP. et al., 2010, In their paper, Dickson et al. argue that the missing heritability in GWA (genomewide... 3 Feb 2010. 

Weinberger D. on NEWS: Largest GWAS Analysis to Date Offers Only Two New Candidate Genes, The three Nature papers reporting GWAS results in a large sample of cases of schizophrenia... 3 Jul 2009. 

Weinberger D. on NEWS: More Evidence for CNVs in Schizophrenia Etiology—Jury Still Out on Practical Implications, Several recent reports have suggested that rare CNVs may be highly penetrant genetic factors... 3 Aug 2008. 

Weinberger D. on NEWS: Copy Number Variations in Schizophrenia: Rare But Powerful?, The paper by Walsh et al. is an important addition to the expanding literature on copy number... 27 Mar 2008. 

Weinberger D. on NEWS: Autism Genes: A Handful, or More?, Sense and Nonsense: General Lessons from Genetic Studies of Autism The capability... 19 Mar 2007. 

Weinberger D. on NEWS: Brain Imaging Links Motor, Cognitive Deficits in Schizophrenia, This paper by Ridler and colleagues is an interesting novel twist on other evidence that... 26 Oct 2006. 

Weinberger D. on NEWS: Genetic Studies of DAOA(G72)/G30 Bridge Kraepelinian Divide, The DAOA/G30 locus is a paradigm of association in psychiatric genetics, where positive... 10 May 2006. 

Weinberger D. on NEWS: Dopamine D2 Receptors Accentuate the Positive ... and the Cognitive?, The study by Kellendonk and colleagues from Eric Kandel’s lab at Columbia is a landmark piece... 27 Feb 2006. 

Weinberger D. on ONLINE DISCUSSION: Identifying Phenotypes and Endophenotypes in Schizophrenia (Psychosis) Research, If we accept that schizophrenia genes, or for that matter any genes for psychiatric... 9 Jan 2006. 

Weinberger D. on PAPER: Gothelf D. et al., 2005, Drs. Lieberman and Basset raise an important question about why the met allele in the VCFS... 14 Nov 2005. 

Weinberger D. on NEWS: CATIE Comes to Surprising Conclusions, Dr. Swarz's comment providing data from the SCAP study is helpful in confirming that CATIE... 30 Oct 2005. 

Weinberger D. on NEWS: CATIE Comes to Surprising Conclusions, The Lieberman et al. CATIE study is a landmark large-scale clinical trial of antipsychotic... 18 Oct 2005. 

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