Behavioral and Health Genomics Center

Recent, rapid advances in genomics have made it increasingly inexpensive to measure genetic variation across individuals. These advances have made it possible for social scientists to begin to study how genetic variation relates to behavioral phenotypes (i.e., behaviors and outcomes), such as educational attainment, subjective well-being, and economic preferences. The USC Dornsife Behavioral and Health Genomics Center brings together leading researchers in the emerging field of social-science genomics.

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