Centers

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Centers 2018-06-12T19:25:16+00:00

University of California San Diego

The Nievergelt Lab is conducting the PTSD diagnostic GWAS, Phenotype and
Trauma Exposure Harmonization Effort, and our Statistical Core.
http://nievergelt.ucsd.edu/?page_id=116

The Risbrough Lab leads the Psychophysiology workgroup of the PGC-PTSD.
http://www.ctrin.org/VBRisbrough.html

The Sebat Lab leads the CNV workgroup of the PGC-PTSD.
http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/archive/newsrel/health/07-01MentalIllness.asp

Duke University

The Imaging workgroup is based at Duke University School of Medicine in collaboration with University of Southern California, Boston University, and Emory University.
https://sites.duke.edu/moreylab/

The labs of Allison Ashley-Koch and Mike Hauser at Duke University lead the Gene Expression workgroup of the PGC-PTSD.
https://sites.duke.edu/ashleykoch/
http://dmpi.duke.edu/

Emory University

The lab of Alicia Smith leads the epigenetics workgroup in close collaboration with the Uddin Research Group at the University of Illinois University at Urbana Champaign.
http://www.gynob.emory.edu/research/smithlab/index.html
http://uddinlab.psychology.illinois.edu/uddinlab_UIUC/Home.html

Psychiatric Genetics Consortium

The PGC-PTSD operates relatively autonomously under the umbrella organization of the PGC, which has workgroups tackling GWAS for all the major neuropsychiatric conditions.
https://www.med.unc.edu/pgc/about-us/people-1/workgroup-chairs

Lisa Computer Cluster

The PGC-PTSD uses computational resources of the Lisa System for all genomic analyses.
https://userinfo.surfsara.nl/systems/lisa

Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research
The DNA extraction, quality control, and genotyping for GWAS is performed at the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute.
https://www.broadinstitute.org/stanley

ENIGMA – Enhancing Imaging Genetics through Meta-Analysis

The Imaging workgroup of the PGC-PTSD also known as ENIGMA-PTSD utilizes methods, analyses pipelines, and informatics tools developed by ENIGMA.
http://enigma.ini.usc.edu/