Abstract| Volume 87, ISSUE 9, SUPPLEMENT , S28, May 01, 2020

From the Genome to the Connectome: Biomarkers of Behavioral Phenotypes in Psychosis

      Clinical heterogeneity is a hallmark of psychosis, with variation in symptom presentation, neurocognitive function and treatment response. To date, few biological markers reliably differentiate between dimensions characterizing the disorder. Molecular genetic approaches may identify such biomarkers as they can be assessed in large populations, whereas neuroimaging provides detailed information on brain function.
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