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Sarnoff A. Mednick

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Dr. Mednick is an innovator of using longitudinal studies to study the contribution of genes mental disorders, with an emphasis on schizophrenia.

He is a professor at The University of Southern California. Dr. Mednick was the first scientist to revisit the genetic basis of mental disorders following the backlash against genetics following the era of eugenics. He was the recipient of the Joseph Zubin Award in 1996 and has over 300 peer-reviewed publications on the topic.

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