Genetic research holds promise for understanding and treating the biochemical basis of nervous system disorders. But the interactions between genes, development, and behavior are extremely complex — leading to confusion about what this promising field can offer. What can genes really tell us about brain development and disease?
Dr. Jeremy Kay is Assistant Professor of Neurobiology and Ophthalmology at Duke.
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