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andrew feinberg

Study looks at how astronaut's body changed in space
Published April 11, 2019
JHU's Andrew Feinberg finds that after year-long NASA mission to the International Space Station, astronaut Scott Kelly had no lingering, major epigenetic differences from his earthbound twin, Mark
Epigenetics
Decoding brain changes that coincide with psychiatric disorders
Published Jan 22, 2019
Scientists discover epigenetic variances in neurons in parts of the brain linked with addictive behavior, schizophrenia, and other neuroses
Epigenetics
The nature and nurture of human illness
Published Oct 25, 2016
Scientists seek better understanding of how genetic, environmental factors join forces to cause disease
Interdisciplinary
Two new Bloomberg Distinguished Professors
Published Dec 15, 2015
Esteemed Johns Hopkins faculty members Charles Bennett, Andrew Feinberg honored with appointments
Test flight
Genomics at zero gravity
Published Oct 14, 2015
JHU researchers gather first evidence that genetic sequencing can be done in space / Nature
Seeking the origins of disease
Published March 25, 2014
New tool could yield insight, help researchers identify targets for treatment / Hopkins Medicine
Study: how genes cause illness
Published Jan 22, 2013
Researchers find that "tagged" DNA sequences may predict risk for rheumatoid arthritis and other noninfectious diseases / The New York Times
Buzzworthy
How bees know what to be
Published Sept 17, 2012
DNA marks linked to reversible behaviors may shed light on behavioral issues in humans / Johns Hopkins Medicine
Evolution, evolved
Published Spring 2012
Molecular scientist Andrew Feinberg has a big idea he thinks might improve on Darwin's theory; proving it is another matter / Johns Hopkins Magazine