Emma C. Johnson, Ph.D.

Emma C. Johnson, Ph.D.

Emma C. Johnson, Ph.D.
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2020 Young Investigator Grant

Emma C. Johnson, Ph.D.

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Instructor in Psychiatry

Washington University School of Medicine

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2020 Young Investigator Grant

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Dr. Johnson is a behavioral and psychiatric geneticist with interests in the genetics of substance use, the relationships between substance use and psychiatric disorders and other relevant behaviors, and using genome-wide data to answer evolutionary-minded questions about complex traits. As a member of the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium and the Collaborative Study on the Genetics of Alcoholism, she collaborated with many different researchers from a variety of fields and perspectives.

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