A recent Holmes Lab publication, “The human cortex possesses a reconfigurable dynamic network architecture that is disrupted in psychosis” (Reinen et al., 2018), has been selected for the Complexity Research in Nature Communications collection! Check out the full collection by following this link, or download the original article here!
A massive congratulations to Holmes/FAB lab post-doctoral researcher Monica Rosenberg, who will officially be joining the faculty at the University of Chicago as Assistant Professor of Psychology in the summer of 2019! More information about Monica’s exceptional work on topics including attention and predictive modeling can be found on her website. Congrats, Monica!
Avram Holmes and Lauren Patrick’s recent paper, “The Myth of Optimality in Clinical Neuroscience”, has been featured in several online articles, including:
Quartz: Yale neuroscientists debunked the idea that anyone is “normal”
Inc.: Yale Research Confirms What You’ve Always Suspected: Nobody Is Normal
Psychology Today: Science Says: Being Different Doesn’t Mean You’re Weird
Scientific American: Who Are You Calling Normal?
The Holmes Lab is thrilled to welcome several new additions to the lab as we begin the 2017-2018 academic year! Meghan Collins and Rowena Chin will be joining the lab as graduate students in the Clinical and Neuroscience areas, respectively, Monica Rosenberg is our new Post-doctoral Researcher, and David Gruskin is the new Lab Manager/Research Assistant. We’re looking forward to an exciting and productive year!
We are excited to announce that a substantial portion the Brain Genomics Superstruct Project dataset has been made freely available to the broader scientific community. Interested users can visit the Harvard University Dataverse to learn more. An associated manuscript fully detailing the project goals and dataset will follow shortly. Happy hunting!