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Jobs - Posted 23 July 2015
Data Analyst (Research Associate): University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, Laboratory of Dr. Patrick F. Sullivan, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Comments - Posted 20 July 2015
Read remarks by Francis McMahon about Loohuis LM et al.
PAPER: Genome-wide burden of deleterious coding variants increased in schizophrenia.

Comments - Posted 17 July 2015
Read remarks by Tsutomu Takahashi about Shah JL et al.
PAPER: Pituitary volume and clinical trajectory in young relatives at risk for schizophrenia.

Comments - Posted 16 July 2015
Read remarks by Neus Barrantes-Vidal, Mark Lenzenweger
ONLINE DISCUSSION: How Can Schizotypy Inform Schizophrenia Research?

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