Genetics

Schizophrenia is a mental illness that typically shows up in late adolescence or early

In one of the largest schizophrenia genetics studies undertaken to date, researchers have

New research on the five major mental illnesses suggests that schizophrenia and bipolar

In a study published online today in the journal Nature Genetics, a group of

A genetic mutations that disrupts communication in the brain, may be link to schizophrenia:

There is a certain air of mystery that surrounds mental illness, and although science has made

Schizophrenia has long been known to stem from a complex set of interrelated and interconnected

People with schizophrenia may benefit significantly from genetic counseling, according

One of the greatest hurdles facing schizophrenia researchers, especially those concentrating on

The biological influences that are responsible for a person's physical health may also

In an article published in the most recent issue of Neuron, a team from Johns Hopkins

Scientists have been able to identify a number of genes that increase a person's risk of

The largest genomic study of schizophrenia patients suggests there may be over 100

Scientists have commonly believed that the DNA of non-dividing adult brain cells remains largely

Individuals who have genetic risk for developing schizophrenia are also more likely to