Eric Morrow received his PhD in genetics and neurodevelopment at Harvard University and his medical degree from the Health Science Training Program at MIT and Harvard Medical School.
During this medical training, Morrow developed a strong interest in the scientific challenges posed by childhood neuropsychiatric disorders. He conducted further clinical and scientific training in neurology and psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
Morrow was MGH Rappaport Neuroscience Scholar and Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School prior to coming to Brown.
Morrow's research focuses on normal molecular mechanisms of brain development, and genetic perturbations that underlie disorders of human cognitive development. His research bridges between MCB and Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior where he directs the Developmental Disorders Genetics Research Program (DDGRP).
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The Developmental Disorders Genetics Research Program
Contribution to New Discoveries on Genetic Causes of Autism
2014 A.E. Bennett Research Award