Goldsmith receives the Dobzhansky Lifetime Achievement Award

Professor Hill Goldsmith has been awarded the Dobzhansky Lifetime Achievement Award from the Behavior Genetics Association. The Dobzhansky Award is given in honor of the first president of the Behavior Genetics Association, Theodosius Dobzhansky, to recognize significant contributions to the field of research in genetic mechanisms and their relation to behavior.

You can read more about Professor Goldsmith’s research on his lab’s website here.

To learn more about the Behavior Genetics Association, please visit their website.