Dr. Michael Stallings
Institute for Behavioral Genetics

1480 30th St
447 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0447

Phone: (303) 492-2826
Fax: (303) 492-8063

Dr. Michael Stallings is a Faculty Fellow at the Institute for Behavioral Genetics and Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He is an expert in multivariate methodology, psychometrics, and quantitative genetics. Dr. Stallings is Principal Investigator of the Component II family study and has been a key contributor to both the substantive and methodological work of the Center. He performs an integral role in managing and maintaining the quality of the phenotypic and genetic data for the Center clinical samples, and along with Drs. Hewitt, Corley, Cherny and Lessem, has played a lead role in developing statistical methodology and in carrying out the Component 1 QTL linkage analyses.

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