The Feighner Criteria is the informal name given to influential psychiatric diagnostic criteria developed at Washington University from the late 1950s to the early 1970s.
A multi-disciplinary team of clinician-scientists conducting research that addresses key public health priorities such as genomics research and substance use epidemiology and policy.
Led by Laura Bierut, MD and colleagues
Resource for genetic epidemiological and other clinical research
The Missouri twin registry was organized as a research resource in the early 1990s by Dr. Andrew Heath. This was accomplished as part of a center grant dealing with epidemiological genetics. This registry has proven to be an extraordinary resource for genetic epidemiological and other clinical research.
The NIL is an interdepartmental, interdisciplinary group dedicated to ground-breaking work in animal models and human cognitive and clinical neuroscience using neuroimaging techniques across the lifespan.
Led by: Tamara Hershey, PhD