Chris Gunter

Affiliations: 
NIH / NHGRI 
Area:
human genetics, science communication
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Parents

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Wyatt Anderson research assistant 1991-1992 University of Georgia (FlyTree)
Stephen T. Warren grad student 1992-1998 Emory
Huntington F. Willard post-doc 1998-2001 Case Western Medical School (Evolution Tree)

Children

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Nicola Sugden grad student NIH / NHGRI
India Little grad student 2020-2022 NIH / NHGRI
Amy Wang grad student 2021-2023 NIH / NHGRI
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Gunter C, Harris RA, Kovacs-Balint Z, et al. (2022) Heritability of social behavioral phenotypes and preliminary associations with autism spectrum disorder risk genes in rhesus macaques: A whole exome sequencing study. Autism Research : Official Journal of the International Society For Autism Research
Gunter C, Chung WK. (2020) Pediatric genetics: rare is common. Cold Spring Harbor Molecular Case Studies. 6
Gelbart M, Gunter C. (2013) Conference Scene: Accelerating public awareness in the age of personal genetics. Personalized Medicine. 10: 535-538
Lamb NE, Myers RM, Gunter C. (2009) Education and personalized genomics: deciphering the public's genetic health report. Personalized Medicine. 6: 681
Gunter C. (2008) Quantitative genetics. Nature. 456: 719
Gunter C. (2003) Genetics: secrets of a porkier porker. Nature. 425: 777
Gunter C. (2001) The molecular genetics of cancer: down the rabbit hole. Human Molecular Genetics. 10: 655-6
Crawford DC, Schwartz CE, Meadows KL, et al. (2000) Survey of the fragile X syndrome CGG repeat and the short-tandem-repeat and single-nucleotide-polymorphism haplotypes in an African American population. American Journal of Human Genetics. 66: 480-93
Gunter C, Paradee W, Crawford DC, et al. (1998) Re-examination of factors associated with expansion of CGG repeats using a single nucleotide polymorphism in FMR1. Human Molecular Genetics. 7: 1935-46
Gunter C, Warren ST. (1998) Polymorphism in the FMR1 gene [1] Human Genetics. 103: 365-366
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