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									                                   CURRICULUM VITAE

                                                                    Date prepared: April 9, 2011
Name:                 Judith Ann Badner

Current Position:     Associate Professor

Work Address:         Department of Psychiatry
                      University of Chicago
                      5841 S. Maryland Ave., MC 3077
                      Chicago, IL 60637

Work Phone:           773-702-9453

Email address:        jbadner@psy-pc120.bsd.uchicago.edu

Specialty:            Statistical analysis to identify genes for complex genetic disorders and
traits
                      Clinical Psychiatry

Education:

   1982   S.B.        Massachusetts Institute of Technology
   1985   M.S.Hyg     University of Pittsburgh (Human Genetics)
   1988   Ph.D        University of Pittsburgh (Human Genetics)
   1990   M.D.        University of Pittsburgh

Postdoctoral Training:

   1990-1994          Resident in Psychiatry, McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA
   1994- 1998         Senior Staff Fellow, National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD

Professional Experience:

  1998-2004           Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Chicago,
                      Chicago, IL
  2004-               Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Chicago,
                      Chicago, IL

Medical Licenses:

   1990-1996          Massachusetts Medical License
   1996-1998          Maryland Medical License
   1998-              Illinois Medical License

Board Certificates:

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   6/00               Psychiatry

Clinical Responsibilities:

   A general psychiatric outpatient clinic
   Weekend call on the inpatient unit q 2 months

Awards and Honors:

   1986-1988          Charles E. Culpeper Fellow
   1998               NIH Fellows Award for Research Excellence
   1999-              Fellow of the University of Chicago Brain Institute
   2002               University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health Distinguished
                      Graduate Award

Invited Lectures/Teaching

   7/94-12/98         NIH Clinical Neurogenetics Journal Club/Research Presentations
   7/95               NIH Clinical Neurogenetics Pedigree Diagnosis Course
   7/95               NAMI Conference - “The genetics of schizophrenia, depression and
                      manic-depression”
   3/96               University of Pittsburgh - “Linkage and association analysis of bipolar
                      disorder”
   1/98               NIH Genetic Interest Group - “Common disease alleles are not more
                           easily detected in extended pedigrees than in nuclear families”
   7/99               NIH Genetic Interest Group - “Meta-analysis of Linkage Studies”
   3/00               University of Chicago Genetics Journal Club - “Meta-analysis of Linkage
                      Studies”
   4/01               University of Chicago, Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds -
                      “Meta-Analysis of Genetic Linkage Studies: Application to
                      Autism, Bipolar Disorder, and Schizophrenia” -
                      http://psychiatry.uchicago.edu/grounds/010409/
   1/03               University of Chicago, Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds -
                      “Gene Hunting and Other Fun Adventures” -
                      http://psychiatry.uchicago.edu/grounds/030106/
   12/98-             University of Chicago Psychiatric Genetics Brainstorming Sessions
   1/99-              Oral examiner of medical students at end of Psychiatry clerkship - 2-3
                      students/rotation
   1/99-              Individual Supervision of Psychiatry residents
   1/00-              Psychiatry Preceptorship for medical students
   2004-              Annual lecture to Psychiatric Genetics Fellows on Statistical Genetics
   2005               Lecture to 2nd year medical students in the Psychiatry section of the
                      Clinical Pathophysiology course

Memberships in Professional Societies:


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   1984-             American Society of Human Genetics
   1988-1990         Omicron Chapter of the Delta Omega Honor Society,
                     the National Public Health Society
   1990-             American Psychiatric Association
   1999-             International Genetic Epidemiology Society

Reviewing Activity

      American Journal of Human Genetics
      American Journal of Medical Genetics
      Molecular Psychiatry
      American Journal of Psychiatry
      Biological Psychiatry

Grant Support

   1. HHMI seed grant. “Meta-Analysis of Genetic Linkage Studies”. 4/01/00-12/31/00
       $25,000. PI-Judith Badner.
   2. NIMH R01-MH59535 “A Collaborative Study of Bipolar Disorder” 09/30/98-8/31/03
       $133,185, PI-Elliot Gershon - 9.5% effort
   3. NIDDK R01-DK55731-01 “Identifying Major Susceptibility Genes for IBD”
       12/1/99-10/31/02 $136,998, PI-Judy Cho - 5% effort
   4. NIMH R01 MH59571-01A1 “Molecular Genetics of Schizophrenia” 9/30/99-8/31/03
       $227,642, PI-Pablo Gejman - 5% effort for year 4
   5. NIMH R01-MH61613-01 “Linkage Studies in Bipolar Families” 4/1/00 - 3/31/04
       $600,000, PI-Elliot Gershon - 10% effort
   6. NIGMS U015-U01-GM061393-06 “Pharmacogenetics of Anticancer Agents Research
       Group” 4/1/00-6/30/10 $2,121,807 for year 1, PI-Mark Ratain - 2.5% effort
   7. NCRR M01-RR00055 “General Clinical Research Center” 3/1/01-2/28/11, $2,477,851
       PI-James Madara - 15% effort
   8. NIMH R01-MH065560-01 “Fine Genomic Mapping of 13q32 in Bipolar Disorder”
       4/01/02-3/31/07 $2,400,000, PI-Elliot Gershon - 20% effort
   9. NIMH R01-MH057451-04 “Family Psychopathology in Child Bipolarity”, 8/04-7/05,
       $21,665 PI-Barbara Geller - 10% effort
   10. NICHHD R01-HD41563-01 - “Molecular Genetic Study of Sexual Orientation”, 9/29/03-
       7/31/08 $250,000 in year 1, PI-Alan Sanders, 5% effort for years 1-3, 10% effort for
       years 4-5
   11. NIMH R01 MH059545-05A2 “A Collaborative Genomic Study of Bipolar Disorder”
       12/01/03-11/30/08 $465,504 in year 1, PI-John Nurnberger 5% effort
   12. NINDS R01 NS051812-01 “Genomic Imbalances in Autism” 4/01/05-3/31/10
       $3,023,668, PI-Susan Christian 10% effort
   13. NIMH 2R01 MH061613-05A1 “Genetic Linkage Studies in Bipolar Disorders” 4/07/05-
       4/06/10 $459,915 PI- Elliot Gershon 10%
   14. 4 grant applications with William Byerley for genetic linkage and/or association analysis

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of bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, amphetamine dependence, and borderline personality
disorder.




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Bibliography:

Original Reports:

1.    Badner JA, Chakravarti A, Wagener DK. A test of nonrandom segregation. Genet Epid
      1984;1:329-340.
2.    Badner JA, Chakravarti A, Buetow K. Linkage analysis between Huntington disease and
      the G8 marker locus. Genet Epid 1986;1 (Suppl) :211-216.
3.    Chakravarti A, Badner JA, Li CC. Tests of linkage and heterogeneity in Mendelian
      disease using identity by descent scores. Genet Epid 1987;4:255-266.
4.    Badner JA, Chakravarti A. Waardenburg syndrome and Hirschsprung disease: Evidence
      for the pleiotropic effects of a single dominant gene. Am J Med Genet 1990;35:100-104.
5.    Badner JA, Sieber W, Garver KL, Chakravarti A. A genetic study of Hirschsprung
      disease. Am J Hum Genet 1990; 46:568-580.
6.    Badner JA, Yoon SW, Turner G, Bonner TI, Detera-Wadleigh SD. Multipoint genetic
      linkage analysis of the m2 human muscarinic receptor gene. Mamm Genome
      1995;6:489-490.
7.    Goldin LR, Chase GA, King TM, Badner JA, Gershon ES: Use of exact and adjusted
      liability scores to detect genes affecting common traits. Genet Epid 1995; 12:765-769.
8.    Gershon ES, Badner JA, Berrettini WH: Maternal inheritance and chromosome 18 allele
      sharing in unilineal bipolar illness pedigrees. Am J Med Genet (Neuropsych) 1996;
      67:1-8.
9.    Guedj F, Cao Q, Cravchik A, Ram A, Badner J, Gershon ES, Gejman PV. Analysis of
      DRPLA trinucleotide repeats in schizophrenia. Psych Genet 1996:6:33-34.
10.   Badner JA. DNA Pooling and Affected Sib Pair Analysis. Editorial. Mol Psychiatry
      1996:1:15
11.   Detera-Wadleigh SD, Badner JA, Goldin LR, Berrettini WH, Sanders AR, Rollins DY,
      Turner G, Moses T, Haerian H, Muniec D, Nurnberger JI Jr., Gershon ES. Affected-sib-
      pair analyses reveal support of prior evidence for a susceptibility locus for bipolar
      disorder on 21q. Am J Hum Genet 1996:58:1279-1285
12.   Levinson DF, Wildenauer DB, Schwab SG, Albus M, Hallmayer J, Lerer B, Maier W,
      Blackwood D, Muir W, StClair D, Morris S, Moises HW, Yang L, Kristbjarnarson H,
      Helgason T, Wiese C, Collier DA, Holmans P, Daniels J, Rees M, Asherson P, Roberts
      Q, Cardno A, Arranz MJ, Vallada H, McGuffin D, Owen MJ, Pulver AE, Antonarakis
      SE, Babb R, Blouin JL, DeMarchi N, Dombroski B, Housman D, Karayiorgou M, Ott J,
      Kasch L, Kazazian H, Lasseter VK, Loetscher E, Luebbert H, Nestadt G, Ton C,
      Wolyniec PS, Laurent C, deChaldee M, Thibaut F, Jay M, Samolyk D, Petit M, Campion
      D, Mallet J, Straub RE, MacLean CJ, Easter SM, ONeill FA, Walsh D, Kendler KS,
      Gejman PV, Cao QH, Gershon E, Badner J, Beshah E, Zhang J, Riley BP, Rajagopalan S,
      MogudiCarter M, Jenkins T, Williamson R, DeLisi LE, Garner C, Kelly M, LeDuc C,
      Cardon L, Lichter J, Harris T, Loftus J, Shields G, Comasi M, Vita A, Smith A, Dann J,
      Joslyn G, Gurling H, Kalsi G, Brynjolfsson J, Curtis D, Sigmundsson T, Butler R, Read
      T, Murphy P, Chen ACH, Petursson H, Byerley B, Hoff M, Holik J, Coon H, Nancarrow
      DJ, Crowe RR, Andreasen N, Silverman JM, Mohs RC, Siever LJ, Endicott J, Sharpe L,
      Walters MK, Lennon DP, Hayward NK,Sandkuijl LA, Mowry BJ, Aschauer HN,

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      Meszaros K, Lenzinger E, Fuchs K, Heiden AM, Kruglyak L, Daly MJ, Matise TC.
      Additional support for schizophrenia linkage on chromosomes 6 and 8: A multicenter
      study. Am J Med Genet 1996:67:580-594
13.   Rothschild LG, Badner J, Cravchik A, Gershon ES, Gejman PV. No association detected
      between a D3 receptor gene expressed variant and schizophrenia. Am J Med Genet
      (Neuropsych) 1996:67:232-234
14.   Gershon ES, Goldin LR, Badner JA, Berrettini WH. Detection of linkage to affective
      disorders in the catalogued Amish pedigrees: A reply to Pauls et al. Am J Hum Genet
      1996:58:1381-1384
15.   Ram A, Guedj F, Cravchik A, Weinstein L, Cao Q, Badner JA, Goldin LR, Grisaru N,
      Manji HK, Belmaker RH, Gershon ES, Gejman PV. No abnormality in the gene for the
      G protein stimulatory α subunit in patients with bipolar disorder. Arch Gen Psych
      1997:54:44-48
16.   Detera-Wadleigh SD, Badner JA, Goldin LR, Yoshikawa T, Sanders AR, Turner G,
      Rollins DY, Moses T, Guroff JJ, Kazuba D, Maxwell ME, Edenberg H, Foroud T, Lahiri
      D, Nurnberger J Jr., Stine C, McMahon F, De Paulo JR, Rice J, Goate A, Reich T,
      Gershon ES. Initial genome scan of the NIMH genetics initiative bipolar pedigrees:
      Chromosomes 4, 7, 9, 18, 19, 20, and 21q. Am J Med Genet 1997:74:254-262
17.   Nurnberger J Jr., DePaulo JR, Gershon ES, Reich T, Blehar MC, Edenberg H, Foroud T,
      Miller M, Bowman E, ,Mayeda A, Rau NL, Smiley C, Conneally PM, McMahon F,
      Meyers D, Simpson S, McInnis M, Stine OC, Detera-Wadleigh SD, Goldin LR, Guroff
      JJ, Maxwell ME, Kazuba D, Gejman P, Badner JA, Sanders AR. Genomic survey of
      bipolar illness in the NIMH genetics initiative pedigrees: A preliminary report. Am J
      Med Genet 1997:74:227-237
18.   Cao Q, Martinez M, Zhang J, Sanders AR, Badner JA, Cravchik A, Markey C, Beshah E,
      Guroff JJ, Maxwell ME, Kazuba D, Whiten R, Goldin LR, Gershon ES, Gejman PV.
      Suggestive evidence for a schizophrenic susceptibility locus on chromosome 6q and a
      confirmation in an independent series of pedigrees Genomics 1997:43:1-8
19.   Badner JA, Goldin LR. Bipolar disorder and chromosome 18: An analysis of multiple
      data sets. Genet Epid 1997:14:569-574.
20.   Stratakis CA, Sarlis NJ, Berrettini WH, Badner JA, Chrousos GP, Gershon ES,
      Detera-Wadleigh SD. Lack of linkage between the corticotropin-releasing hormone
      (CRH) gene and bipolar affective disorder. Mol Psychiatry 1997:2:483-485
21.   Gershon ES, Badner JA, Goldin LR, Sanders AR, Cravchik A, Detera-Wadleigh SD.
      Closing in on genes for manic-depressive illness and schizophrenia. Neuropsychopharm
      1998:18:233-242.
22.   Esterling LE, Yoshikawa T, Turner G, Badner JA, Bengel D, Gershon ES, Berrettini WH,
      Detera-Wadleigh SD. The serotonin transporter (5-HTT) gene and bipolar affective
      disorder. Am J Med Genet. 1998:81:37-40.
23.   Badner JA, Gershon ES, Goldin LR. Optimal ascertainment strategies to detect linkage to
      common disease alleles. Am J Hum Genet. 1998:63:880-888.
24.   Badner JA, Gershon ES, Goldin LR. Optimal ascertainment strategies to detect linkage to
      common disease alleles: Reply to Baron Am J Hum Genet. 1999:64:1246-1248.
25.   Detera-Wadleigh SD, Badner JA, Berrettini WH, Yoshikawa T, Turner G, Rollins DY,
      Moses T, Goldin LR, Sanders AR, Karkera JD, Esterling LE, Zeng J, Guroff JJ, Kazuba

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      D, Maxwell ME, Nurnberger JI Jr., Gershon ES. A high density genome scan detects
      evidence for a bipolar disorder susceptibility locus on 13q32 and other potential loci on
      1q32 and 18p11.2. PNAS. 1999:96:5604-9.
26.   Badner JA, Goldin LR. Meta-analysis of linkage studies. Genet Epidemiol.
      1999:17(Suppl 1):S485-S490
27.   Foroud T, Castelluccio PF, Koller DL, Edenberg HJ, Miller M, Bowman E, Rau NL,
      Smiley C, Rice JP, Goate A, Armstrong C, Bierut LJ, Reich T, Detera-Wadleigh SD,
      Goldin LR, Badner JA, Guroff JJ, Gershon ES, McMahon FJ, Simpson S, MacKinnon D,
      McInnis M, Stine OC, DePaulo JR, Blehar MC, Nurnberger JI Jr. Suggestive evidence of
      a locus on chromosome 10p using the NIMH genetics initiative bipolar affective disorder
      pedigrees. Am J Med Genet. 2000:96:18-23
28.   Sanders AR, Cao Q, Taylor J, Levin TE, Badner JA, Cravchik A, Comeron JM, Naruya
      S, Rosario AD, Salvi DA, Walczyk KA, Goldin LR, Mowry BJ, Levinson DF, Crowe
      RR, Silverman JM, Gejman PV. Genetic diversity of the human serotonin receptor 1B
      (HTR1B). Genomics. 2001:72:1-14
29.   Liu C, Badner JA, Christian SL, Guroff JJ, Detera-Wadleigh SD, Gershon ES. Fine
      mapping supports previous linkage evidence for a bipolar disorder susceptibility locus on
      13q32. Am J Med Genet. 2001:105:375-380
30.   Gershon ES, Badner JA. Incorporation of Molecular Data and Redefinition of Phenotype:
      New Approaches to Genetic Epidemiology of Bipolar Manic-Depressive Illness (BP) and
      Schizophrenia (SZ). Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience 2001:3:63-68
31.   Bailey-Wilson JE, Sorant AJM, Malley JD, Presciuttini S, Redner RA, Severini TA,
      Badner JA, Pajevic S, Jufer R, Baffoe-Bonnie A, Kao L, Doan BQ, Goldstein J, Holmes
      TN, Behnemann D, Mandal DM, Turley T, Weissbecker KA, O’Neill J, Pugh EW.
      Comparison of novel and existing methods for detection of linkage disequilibrium using
      parent-child trios in the GAW12 genetic isolate simulated data. Genet Epidemiol
      2001:21:S378-S383
32.   McMahon FJ, Simpson SG, McInnis MG, Badner JA, MacKinnon DF, DePaulo JR.
      Linkage of bipolar disorder to chromosome 18q and the validity of bipolar II disorder.
      Arch Gen Psychiatry 2001:58:1025-1031
33.   Gejman PV, Sanders, AR, Badner, JA, Cao, C, Zhang, J. Linkage analysis of
      schizophrenia to chromosome 15. Am J Med Genet 2001:105:789-793
34.   Gershon ES, Badner JA. Progress toward discovery of susceptibility genes for Bipolar
      manic-depressive illness and Schizophrenia. CNS Spectrums 2001:6:965-968
35.   Badner JA, Gershon ES. Regional meta-analysis of published data supports linkage of
      autism with markers on chromosome 7. Mol Psychiatry 2002:7:56-66
36.   Baysal BE, Willett-Brozick JE, Badner JA, Corona W, Ferrell RE, Nimgaonkar VL,
      Detera-Wadleigh SD. A mannosyltransferase gene at 11q23 is disrupted by a
      translocation breakpoint that co-segregates with bipolar affective disorder in a small
      family. Neurogenetics 2002:4:43-53.
37.   Badner JA, Gershon ES. Meta-analysis of whole-genome linkage scans of Bipolar
      disorder and Schizophrenia. Mol Psychiatry:2002:7:405-411
38.   Christian SL, McDonough J, Liu C, Shaikh S, Vlamakis V, Badner JA, Chakravarti A,
      Gershon ES. An evaluation of the assembly of an approximately 15-Mb region on human
      chromosome 13q32-q33 linked to bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.

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      Genomics:2002:79:635-656
39.   Schulze TG, Chen Y, Akula N, Hennessey K, Badner JA, McInnis MG, DePaulo JR,
      Schumacher J, Cichon S, Propping P, Maier W, Rietschel M, Nothen MM, McMahon FJ.
       Can long-range microsatellite data be used to predict short-range linkage disequilibrium?
       Hum Mol Genet:2002:11:1363-1372
40.   Maheshwari M, Christian SL, Liu C, Badner JA, Detera-Wadleigh S, Gershon ES, Gibbs
      RA. Mutation screening of two candidate genes from 13q32 in families affected with
      Bipolar disorder: Human peptide transporter (SLC15A1) and human glypican5 (GPC5).
      BMC Genomics:2002:3:30
41.   Schulze TG, Chen YS, Badner JA, McInnis MG, DePaulo JR, McMahon FJ. Additional,
      physically ordered markers increase linkage signal for bipolar disorder on chromsome
      18q22. Biol Psychiatr:2003:53:239-243
42.   Malley JD, Redner RA, Severini TA, Badner JA, Pajevic S, Bailey-Wilson JE.
      Estimation of linkage and association from allele transmission data.
      Biometrical:2003:45:349-366
43.   Hattori E, Liu C, Badner JA, Bonner TI, Christian SL, Maheshwari M, Detera-Wadleigh
      S, Gibbs RA, Gershon ES. Polymorphisms at the G72/G30 gene locus on 13q33 are
      associated with Bipolar disorder in two independent pedigree series. Am J Hum
      Genet:2003:72:1131-1140
44.   Segurado R, Detera-Wadleigh SD, Levinson DF, Lewis CM, Gill M, Nurnberger JI Jr,
      Craddock N, DePaulo JR, Baron M, Gershon ES, Ekholm J, Cichon S, Turecki G, Claes
      S, Kelsoe JR, Schofield PR, Badenhop RF, Morissette J, Coon H,Blackwood D, McInnes
      LA, Foroud T, Edenberg HJ, Reich T, Rice JP, Goate A, McInnis MG, McMahon FJ,
      Badner JA, Goldin LR, Bennett P, Willour VL, Zandi PP, Liu J, Gilliam C, Juo SH,
      Berrettini WH, Yoshikawa T, Peltonen L, Lonnqvist J, Nothen MM, Schumacher J,
      Windemuth C, Rietschel M, Propping P, Maier W, Alda M, Grof P, Rouleau GA,
      Del-Favero J, Van Broeckhoven C, Mendlewicz J, Adolfsson R, Spence MA, Luebbert H,
      Adams LJ, Donald JA, Mitchell PB, Barden N, Shink E, Byerley W, Muir W, Visscher
      PM, Macgregor S, Gurling H, Kalsi G, McQuillin A, Escamilla MA, Reus VI, Leon P,
      Freimer NB, Ewald H, Kruse TA, Mors O, Radhakrishna U, Blouin JL, Antonarakis SE,
      Akarsu N. Genome Scan Meta-Analysis of Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder, Part III:
      Bipolar Disorder. Am J Hum Genet. 2003:73:49-62
45.   Sawyer MB, Innocenti F, Das S, Cheng C, Ramirez J, Pantle-Fisher FH, Wright C,
      Badner J, Pei D, Boyett JM, Cook E Jr, Ratain MJ. A pharmacogenetic study of uridine
      diphosphate-glucuronosyltransferase 2B7 in patients receiving morphine. Clin Pharmacol
      Ther. 2003:73:566-74
46.   McInnis MG, Dick DM, Willour VL, Avramopoulos D, MacKinnon DF, Simpson SG,
      Potash JB, Edenberg HJ, Bowman ES, McMahon FJ, Smiley C, Chellis JL, Huo Y, Diggs
      T, Meyer ET, Miller M, Matteini AT, Rau NL, DePaulo JR, Gershon ES, Badner JA,
      Rice JP, Goate AM, Detera-Wadleigh SD, Nurnberger JI, Reich T, Zandi PP, Foroud TM.
       Genome-wide scan and conditional analysis in bipolar disorder: evidence for genomic
      interaction in the National Institute of Mental Health genetics initiative bipolar pedigrees.
       Biol Psychiatry. 2003:54:1265-73
47.   Dolan ME, Newbold KG, Nagasubramanian R, Wu X, Ratain MJ, Cook EH Jr, Badner
      JA. Heritability and Linkage Analysis of Sensitivity to Cisplatin-Induced Cytotoxicity.

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       Cancer Res. 2004 64:4353-4356
48.    Schulze TG, Buervenich S, Badner JA, Steele CJM, Detera-Wadleigh SD, Dick D,
       Foroud T, Cox NJ, MacKinnon DF, Potash JB, Berrettini W, Byerley W, Coryell W,
       DePaulo JR, Jr., Gershon ES, Kelsoe JR, McInnis MG, Murphy DL, Reich T, Scheftner
       W, Nurnberger JI, Jr., McMahon FJ. Loci on Chromosomes 6q and 6p Interact to
       Increase Susceptibility to Bipolar Affective Disorder in the NIMH Genetics Initiative
       Pedigrees. Biol Psychiatry 2004 56:18-23
49.    Geller B, Badner JA, Tillman R, Christian SL, Bolhofner K, Cook EH Jr. Linkage
       Disequilibrium of the Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Val66Met Polymorphism in
       Children With a Prepubertal and Early Adolescent Bipolar Disorder Phenotype. Am J
       Psychiatry 2004 161:1698–1700
50.    Ferraren DO, Liu C, Badner JA, Corona W, Rezvani A, Monje VD, Gershon ES, Bonner
       TI, Detera-Wadleigh SD. Linkage disequilibrium analysis in the
       LOC93081-KDELC1-BIVM region on 13q in bipolar disorder. Am J Med Genet B
       Neuropsychiatr Genet. 2005 133B:12-17
51.    Fisfalen ME, Schulze TG, Depaulo JR Jr, Degroot LJ, Badner JA, McMahon FJ.
       Familial variation in episode frequency in bipolar affective disorder. Am J Psychiatry.
       2005:162:1266-72
52.    Kim SJ, Badner J, Cheon KA, Kim BN, Yoo HJ, Kim SJ, Cook E Jr, Leventhal BL, Kim
       YS. Family-based association study of the serotonin transporter gene polymorphisms in
       Korean ADHD trios. Am J Med Genet B Neuropsychiatr Genet. 2005 139:14-8
53.    Kim YS, Leventhal BL, Kim SJ, Kim BN, Cheon KA, Yoo HJ, Kim SJ, Badner J, Cook
       EH. Family-based association study of DAT1 and DRD4 polymorphism in Korean
       children with ADHD. Neurosci Lett. 2005 390:176-181
54.    Geller B, Tillman R, Badner JA, Cook EH Jr. Are the arginine vasopressin V1a receptor
       microsatellites related to hypersexuality in children with a prepubertal and early
       adolescent bipolar disorder phenotype? Bipolar Disorders 2005 7:610-616

Books, Book Chapters, and Monographs:

1.     Badner JA. A genetic study of Hirschsprung disease [Dissertation]. Pittsburgh,
       Pennsylvania: University of Pittsburgh, 1988. 99 p.
2.     Badner JA, Detera-Wadleigh SD, Gershon ES. Genetics of early onset manic-depressive
       illness and schizophrenia: What to expect. In “Childhood onset of “Adult”
       Psychopathology”. Ed. Judith Rapoport. American Psychiatric Press, Inc. Washington,
       D.C. 1999:3-26.
3.     Badner JA. Genetics of bipolar disorder. In "Child and Early Adolescent Bipolar
       Disorder:Theory, Assessment and Treatment". Ed. Barbara Geller and Melissa Del Bello.
       Guildford Press. 2003:247-254.

Abstracts:

1.     Badner JA, Chakravarti A, Sieber W, Garver KL. Evidence for dominant gene(s) in
       Hirschsprung disease. Am J Hum Genet 1987;41 (Suppl) :A44
2.     Badner JA, Holzman P, Levy D, Parnas J, Lajonchere C, Matthysse S: Eye tracking

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      movement dysfunction in families with schizophrenia: A genetic analysis. Harvard Research
      Day Poster, 1993.
3.    Goldin LR, Chase GA, King TM, Badner JA, Gershon ES: Use of exact and adjusted liability
      scores to detect genes affecting common traits. Gene Analysis Workshop 9,1994. Poster.
4.    Badner JA, Gershon ES, Berrettini WH, Goldin LR. Evidence of linkage disequilibrium
      between bipolar disorder and D18S53. Psych Genet 1995; 5: (Suppl) : S16
5.    Gershon ES, Berrettini WH, Badner JA, Goldin LR: From linked marker to gene mutation in
      common disease: new analytic tools needed. Psych Genet 1995; 5: (Suppl) : S20
6.    Badner JA, Ferraro TN, Berrettini WH, Detera-Wadleigh SD, Nurnberger JI, Jr., Goldin LR,
      Gershon ES. Transmission disequilibrium analysis of bipolar disorder and chromosome 18
      loci. Am J Hum Genet 1995;57 (Suppl):A186
7.    Badner JA, Ferraro TN, Berrettini WH, Detera-Wadleigh SD, Nurnberger JI, Jr., Goldin LR,
      Gershon ES. Genetic Linkage Studies in Bipolar Disorder. Poster. American Psychiatric
      Association 1996 Meeting.
8.    Badner JA, Gershon ES, Goldin LR. Testing for linkage disequilibrium in families showing
      evidence of linkage in complex inheritance: How many affected members per family should
      be studied? Am J Hum Genet 1996;59 (Suppl):A211
9.    Detera-Wadleigh SD, Badner JA, Goldin LR, Yoshikawa T, Sanders A, Turner G, dePaulo D,
      Reich T, Blehar M, Gershon ES. A bipolar disorder screen on chromosomes 4, 7, 9, 18, 19,
      20, and 21. Am J Hum Genet 1996;59 (Suppl):A216
10.   Badner JA, Gershon ES, Goldin LR. Best families for analyzing linkage in complex traits:
      Smaller may be better. Am J Hum Genet 1997;61(Suppl):A194
11.   Gejman PV, Martinez M, Badner JA, Cao Q, Zhang J, Sanders AR, Cravchik C, Markey C,
      Guroff JJ, Maxwell ME, Kazuba D, Goldin LR, Gershon ES. Combined analysis and
      association of 2 data sets showing evidence for a schizophrenia susceptibility locus on
      chromosome 6q. Am J Hum Genet 1997;61(Suppl):A276
12.   Sanders AR, Cao Q, Martinez M, Zhang J, Badner JA, Cravchik A, Markey C, Beshah E,
      Guroff JJ, Maxwell ME, Kazuba D, Whiten R, Goldin LR, Gershon ES, Gejman PV.
      Suggestive evidence for a schizophrenia susceptibility locus on chromosome 6q and
      replication in an independent series of pedigrees. Am J Med Genet 1997;74:667-668
13.   Detera-Wadleigh SD, Berrettini WH, Yoshikawa T, Badner JA, Sanders AR, Goldin LR,
      Turner G, Rolins DY, Moses T, Nurnberger JI, Gershon ES. Linkage disequilibrium detects a
      potential susceptibility locus for bipolar disorder at 11q2-24. Am J Med Genet 1997;74:669
14.   Sanders AR, Yoshikawa T, Esterling LE, Badner JA, Berrettini WH, Goldin LR, Moses T,
      Turner G, Rollins DY, Choi H, Nurnberger JI, DePaulo JR, Reich T, Blehar MC, Gershon ES,
      DeteraWadleigh SD. Linkage disequilibrium between bipolar disorder and markers on
      chromosome 18p11.2. Am J Med Genet 1997;74:676
15.   Badner JA, Gershon ES, Goldin LR. The effect of "strictness" of phenotype ascertainment on
      the detection of linkage in qualitative traits. Am Soc Hum Genetics 1998 Meeting, Poster
      presentation.
16.   Gejman PV, Gershon ES, Zhang J, Badner JA, Sanders AR, Cao Q, Markey C, Goldin LR.
      Progress of genome scan of the NIMH intramural schizophrenia collection. Am J Med Genet
      1998;81:453
17.   Badner JA, Goldin LR. Detecting linkage using the results of multiple genome scans.
      Genetic Analysis Workshop 11, 1998, Poster presentation.
18.   Foroud T, Castellucio PF, Koller DL, Edenberg HJ, Goate A, Detera-Wadleigh S, Stine OC,
      McMahon FJ, McInnis MG, Rice J, Blehar M, Goldin LR, Badner J, Guroff J, Reich T,

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      DePaulo JR, Gershon E, Nurnberger JI. Genomewide scan of affected relative pairs using
      the NIMH genetics initiative bipolar affective disorder pedigrees. Am J Med Genet
      1998;81:462
19.   Taylor J, Cao Q, Cravchik A, Badner J, Mowry BJ, Levinson DF, Crowe RR, Silverman JM,
      Goldin LR, Gershon ES, Gejman PV. Mutational analysis of the 5-HT1B and 5-HT1E
      serotonin receptor genes in three datasets with schizophrenia. Am J Med Genet 1998;81:504
20.   Badner JA, Gershon ES. Meta-analysis for interpreting results from multiple genome scans.
      IGES 1999 Meeting. Poster presentation.
21.   Badner JA, Gershon ES. Meta-analysis of linkage studies. Mol Psychiatr 1999;4:S59
22.   Badner JA, Gershon ES. Meta-analysis for interpreting results from multiple genome scans.
      Am J Hum Genet 1999;65:A241
23.   Sanders AR, Cao Q, Taylor J, Levin TE, Badner JA, Cravchik A, Cameron JM, Naruya S, Del
      Rosario A, Salvi DA, Walczyk KA, Goldin LR, Mowry BJ, Levinson DF, Crowe RR,
      Silverman JM, Gejman PV. Genetic diversity of the human serotonin receptor 1B (HTR1B).
      Am J Med Genet 2000; 96:P405
24.   Sanders AR, Badner JA, Del Rosario A, Salvi DA, Walczyk KA, Gejman PV. Linkage
      disequilibrium analysis of 6q13-q26 schizophrenia candidate genes. Am J Med Genet 2000;
      96:P224
25.   Detera-Wadleigh SD, Badner JA, Yoshikawa T, Gershon ES, Sanders AR, Berrettini WH,
      Goldin LR, Nurnberger JI, Moses TY, Turner G, Rollins DY. Linkage disequilibrium
      analysis unveils evidence for a chromosome 11q23 bipolar disorder susceptibility locus. Am
      J Med Genet 2000; 96:O93
26.   Liu CY, Badner JA, Christian S, Guroff JJ, Detera-Wadleigh SD, Gershon ES. Fine mapping
      provides further linkage evidence for a bipolar disorder susceptibility locus on 13q32. Am J
      Med Genet 2000; 96:O38
27.   Christian SL, Vlamakis V, Liu CY, Badner JA, Gershon ES. An integrated transcript map of
      the chromosome 13q32 region linked to bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Am J Hum
      Genet 2000; 67:1492
28.   Liu CY, Badner JA, Christian SL, Guroff JJ, Detera-Wadleigh SD, Gershon ES. Further
      linkage evidence for a bipolar disorder susceptibility locus on 13q32. Am J Hum Genet 2000;
      67:183
29.   Badner JA. Incorrect inferences of heterogeneity for genes with common susceptibility
      alleles. Am J Hum Genet 2000; 67:227
30.   Liu C, Zhang DL, Zou H, Christian SL, Badner JA, Gershon ES. Mutation screening of 3
      candidate genes on 13q32 for bipolar disorder. Biol Psychiatry 2001; 49:565.
31.   Ferraren DO, Toyota T, Badner JA, Yoshikawa T, Detera-Wadleigh SD. An association
      study on the COMT missense mutation in mood disorders and schizophrenia. Am J Med
      Genet 2001; 105:O30
32.   McMahon FJ, Chen Y-S, Schulze TG, Badner JA, Potlouri S, Akula N, Singh G. Fine
      mapping studies of a bipolar disorder candidate region on chromosome 18q22. Am J Med
      Genet 2001; 105:O95
33.   Holmans P, Badner J, Gejman P. Testing for parent-of-origin effect and transmission-ratio
      distortion in the schizophrenia linkage collaborative group sample. Am J Med Genet 2001;
      105:P24
34.   Sanders AR, Gejman PV, Badner JA, Cao Q, Zhang J. Linkage and association analyses of
      schizophrenia to chromosome 15. Am J Med Genet 2001; 105:P45
35.   Schulze TG, Chen YS, Badner JA, McInnis MG, DePaulo JR, McMahon FJ. Additional,

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      physically-ordered markers increase evidence of linkage between bipolar disorder and
      chromosome 18q. Am J Med Genet 2001; 105:P51
36.   Schulze TG, Chen YS, Badner JA, McInnis MG, DePaulo JR, McMahon FJ. Additional,
      physically-ordered markers increase evidence of linkage between bipolar disorder and
      chromosome 18q. Am J Hum Genet 2001;69:1864
37.   Baysal BE, Willett-Brozick JE, Badner JA, Ferrell RE, Nimgaonkar VA, Detera-Wadleigh
      SD. DIBD1, a novel gene homologous to Saccaromyces cerevisiae ALG9, is disrupted in a
      family with bipolar affective disorder by a translocation breakpoint at 11q23. Am J Hum
      Genet 2001;69:2133
38.   Fisfalen ME, Schulze TG, DePaulo R, DeGroot LJ, Badner JA, McMahon FJ. Familial
      variation in mood episode frequency and thyroid disease in patients with bipolar disorder.
      Biol Psychiatr 2002:51:135
39.   Schulze TG, Chen YS, Badner JA, McInnis MG, DePaulo JR, McMahon FJ. Additional,
      physically-ordered markers increase evidence of linkage between bipolar disorder and
      chromosome 18q22. Biol Psychiatr 2002:51:317
40.   McMahon FJ, Chen Y, Akula N, Schulze TG, DePaulo JR, Badner JA, Cox NJ, Hennessy K,
      Nguyen T. Fine-mapping the bipolar affective disorder locus on chromosome 18q22: A
      report from the half-way point. Am J Med Genet 2002:114:O21
41.   Schulze TG, Chen YS, Akula N, Hennessy, Badner JA, McInnis MG, DePaulo JR,
      Schumacher J, Cichon S, Propping P, Maier W, Rietschel M, Nothen MM, McMahon FJ.
      Can long-range microsatellite data be used to predict short-range linkage disequilibrium? Am
      J Med Genet 2002:114:O30
42.   Chen YS, Akula N, Schulze T, DePaulo JR, Cox N, Badner J, Hennessy K, Nguyen T,
      McMahon FJ. Fine-mapping the bipolar affective disorder locus on chromosome 18q22: A
      report from the half-way point. Am J Hum Genet 2002:71:1607
43.   Hattori E, Liu C, Badner JA, Christian SL, Maheshwari M, Detera-Wadleigh SD, Bonner TI,
      Gibbs RA, Gershon ES. Polymorphisms of LG72 (on 13q33) associated with Bipolar
      disorder by TDT and partition of linkage evidence. Am J Hum Genet 2002:71:153
44.   Liu C, Hattori E, Badner JA, Bonner TI, Christian SL, Maheshwari M, Detera-Wadleigh SD,
      Gibbs RA, Gershon ES. Association of Polymorphisms on the G72/G30 Locus on 13q33
      with Bipolar Disorder. Am J Med Genet 2003:122B:7
45.   Schulze TG,1,2 Buervenich S, Thomas CJM, Detera-Wadleigh SD, Dick D, Foroud T, Badner
      JA, Cox NJ, MacKinnon DF, Potash JB, Berrettini W, Byerley W, Coryell W, DePaulo Jr., R
      Gershon ES, Kelsoe JR, McInnis MG, Murphy DL, Reich T, Scheftner W, Nurnberger Jr., J,
      McMahon FJ. Additional Analyses of a Novel Susceptibility Locus for Bipolar Affective
      Disorder on Chromosome 6q in the Nimh Genetics Initiative Pedigrees Reveal Interaction
      with a Locus on Chromosome 6p. Am J Med Genet 2003:122B:28
46.   McInnis MG, Zandi P, Edenberg H, Foroud T, Moe PR, Berrettini W, Beirut L, Gershon ES,
      Badner J, Scheftner W, Byerley W, Kelsoe J, MacKinnon DF, Potash JB, Willour VL, Coryell
      W, Rice J, Depaulo JR, Nurnberger JL. Combing datasets: Genome-wide analysis of 733 BP
      pedigrees. Am J Med Genet 2004:130B:50
47.   Shukla S, Badner J, Cheng C, Bleibel W, Dolan ME. Genome-wide approach to finding
      determinants of susceptibility to chemotherapeutic agents. Clin Pharm & Therapeutics
      2005:77:P4
48.   Liu C, Badner JA, Zou H, Christian SL, Gershon ES. Association of DISC1 with bipolar
      disorder in two sample sets. Am J Med Genet 2005:78



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49.   Maheshwari M, Liu C, Badner JA, Smith CK, Christian SL, Zou H, Detera-Wadleigh SD,
      Bonner T, McMahon FJ, Gershon ES, Gibbs RA. Resequencing and fine map association
      study of G72/G30 region in bipolar disorder. Am J Med Genet 2005:78-79
50.   Detera-Wadleigh SD, Liu C, Badner JA, Corona W, Akula N, Cardona I, Kundu M, Steele C,
      Maheshwari M, Bonner TI, Gibbs R, Gershon ES, McMahon FJ. DOCK9, a candidate gene
      for bipolar disorder (BPAD) on chromosome 13q32.3. Am J Med Genet 2005:75




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