Waisman’s Goldsmith named BGA President

H. Hill Goldsmith, Ph.D., has been elected President of the Behavior Genetics Association.  The purpose of the association is to promote scientific study of the interrelationship of genetic mechanisms and behavior, both human and animal; to encourage and aid the education and training of research workers in the field of behavior genetics; and to aid in the dissemination and interpretation to the general public of knowledge concerning the interrelationship of genetics and behavior, and its implications for health and human development and education.

Dr. Goldsmith’s many research interests include autism, developmental verbal apraxia, and twin studies.  You can learn more about his works with twins studies here: