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Dr. CarlErnst, PhD
Assistant Professor


Next Generation Sequencing, stem cell biology



Douglas Mental Health Research Institute
6875 LaSalle Blvd, FBC Pavilion (F-2101.2)
Montreal
Quebec
H4H 1R3
514-761-6131 ext. 3382
514-762-3023

carl.ernst@mcgill.ca



Dr. Ernst received his doctorate at McGill and completed his fellowship at Harvard Medical School. He joined the McGill Group for Suicide Studies at the Douglas Mental Health University Institute in 2011 and specializes in genomics, stem cell biology, advanced DNA sequencing, and epigenetics. He is also an enthusiastic assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and is the head of the Psychiatric Genetics Group (www.mcgill.ca/psychiatricgenetics).


Postdoc: Harvard
Doctorate: McGill

Masters: UBC


Canada Research Chair in Psychiatric Genetics
Psychiatric Genetics Group (www.mcgill.ca/psychiatricgenetics)



Ernst C*, Marshall C, Shen Y, Metcalfe K, Rosenfeld J, Hodge J, Blumenthal I, Chiang C, Ruderfer D, Crapper L, Sklar P, Purcell S, Schaffer L, Morton C, Stavropoulos J, Geraghty M, Scherer S, Gusella J, Talkowski M. Highly penetrant alterations of a critical region including BDNF contribute to human psychopathology. Archives of General Psychiatry *corresponding author

Perlis R, Ruderfer D, Maussion G, Chambert K, Gallagher P, Turecki G, Ernst C*. A subject with Bipolar disorder and a duplication in 5HTR1A. American Journal of Psychiatry. *corresponding author

Chiang C*, Jacobsen J*, Ernst C*, Hanscom C, Heilbut A, Sun M, Rudiger S, Bawden C, Reid S, Faull R, Snell R, MacDonald M, Gusella J, Talkowski M. Complex genomic reorganization following chromosomal breaks in human balanced rearrangements and transgenic models. Nature Genetics; 46; 2012 *Co-1st authors

Talkowski M*, Ernst C*, Hanscom C, Heilbut A, Chiang C, Lindgren A, Kirby A, Liu S, Muddukrishna B, Ohsumi T, Shen Y, Borowsky M, Daly M, Morton C, Gusella J. Next-Generation sequencing strategies enable routine detection of balanced chromosome rearrangements for clinical diagnostics and genetic research. American Journal of Human Genetics 2011; 88(4):469-81. *Co-1st authors

Talkowski M, Heilbut A, Rosenfeld J, Hanscom C, Chiang C, Ernst C, Lindgren A, Ahsan S, Liu S, Kirby A, Rossin E, Harris D, Lee J, Ha K, Kim H, Solomon B, Gropman A, Lucente D, Sims K, Ohsumi T, Borowsky M, Loranger S, Quade B, Miles J, Wu B, Shen Y, Shaffer L, Daly M, Morton C, Gusella J. Discovery of novel genes and pathways contributing to autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders by sequencing chromosomal rearrangements. Cell 2012 149(3):525-37