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The Genetics of Personality & Depression: How Mental Health Researchers Try to Use Genetics to Understand Who We Are
Jonathan Flint, MD
Professor of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences, UCLA;
Senior Scientist, UCLA Center for Neurobiobehavioral Genetics
About the speaker:
Dr. Flint is co-director of the UCLA Depression Grand Challenge, the largest research study ever to examine the genetics of depression. He is a world-renowned scientist on genetic and cellular/molecular mechanisms in depression and how genetics interact with the environment in depression.
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