Multi-Omic PTSD Subgroup Identification and Clinical Characterization

      Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder caused by environmental and genetic factors. Manifestation of PTSD can be highly variable; thus, efforts have focused on identifying subgroups of the disorder. Much of this work involves categorizing symptoms of PTSD in combination with personality traits and trauma types. Analysis of “omics” data thus provides a unique opportunity to identify molecular subgroups of PTSD.
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