Eurie L. Hong is an American geneticist. She is the director of genomics at AncestryDNA.
Doron Lancet is an Israeli human geneticist. He is the Ralph D. and Lois R. Silver Professor of Human Genomics and head of the Crown Human Genome Center at the Weizmann Institute of Science. He is known for researching the genetic basis of olfaction, and for developing the human genetics database GeneCards.
Erik Essen-Möller was a Swedish psychiatrist who served as Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Lund. He was one of the pioneers of research in the field of psychiatric genetics, along with Ernst Rüdin in Munich, Germany, Franz Kallmann in New York City, New York, United States, and Eliot Slater in London, England. Irving Gottesman described him as one of the "founding fathers of modern, scientific psychiatric genetics".
Christopher Kaelin, PhD is a Scientist and geneticist at Stanford University. He is also the senior scientist in Gregory Barsh's lab, in residence in the Tang Lab. Kaelin has isolated the gene responsible for spotting in felines. Kaelin has isolated the gene which produces color in dogs. Kaelin also has used his research to isolate the gene responsible for skin color. His genetic research is also studied for its impact on weight regulation.
Carol Arlene Prescott is a professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Southern California (USC), where she also holds a joint appointment in the Davis School of Gerontology. Before joining the faculty of USC in 2005, she was an assistant, and later associate, professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her research focuses on the genetic and environmental contributions to variation in cognition, as well as on identifying causes of substance use disorders.
Nancy L. Pedersen is an American genetic epidemiologist. She is Professor of Genetic Epidemiology and the leader of the Swedish Adoption/Twin Study of Aging (SATSA) at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden. She is known for her research on human twins, much of which is based on the Swedish Twin Registry. This has included research on the genetic basis of Alzheimer's disease and self-confidence.