Adam J. Bloom

Associate Professor of Genetics, Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology

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    My primary scientific interests are human genetic variation associated with complex neurological and psychiatric disease, in particular substance dependence, and the mechanisms of those associations. �My long-term career goal is to combine the power of genome-wide genetic association studies (GWAS) and bioinformatic tools, together with focused experimentally-derived functional data, to model the influence of variation in individual genes upon complex psychiatric phenotypes.


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