Jamie Derringer wins Thompson Award for Presentation at the Behavior Genetics Association Annual Meeting
I am pleased to announce that Jaime Derringer (who will be joining the PIB area this Fall; Adviser Bob Krueger) received the 33rd Annual Thompson Award for the best presentation by an at the 40th Annual Meeting of the Behavior Genetics Association. Her paper was titled, "A candidate system scoring approach to genome-wide data: Illustration of aggregate main and interactive effects of dopaminergic genes and religious service attendance on sensation seeking and cocaine dependence".
Interim Chair, Department of Psychology (January 1- June 30, 2010)
Associate Chair, Department of Psychology