University of Utah Research Connects Gene Variants Associated with Suicide

Jolynn Tumolo writing for Psych Congress reports that University of Utah researchers have identified variants in four genes that may increase the risk of death by suicide. Their findings were recently published in Molecular Psychiatry.

Lead Research/Investigator

Douglas Gray, MD, professor of psychiatry


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