Weiqiu Cheng

Postdoctoral Fellow - NORMENT part UiO
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Visiting address building 48 Oslo University hospital Ullevål Kirkeveien 166 0450 Oslo
Postal address OUS, Postboks 4956 Nydalen 0424 Oslo


Schizophrenia is now recognized as one of the major public health concerns, as it is associated with a reduced life quality, a shorter life expectancy, and a huge financial burden. Accumulating studies have shown an estimated 80% heritability and brain alternations in schizophrenia. Here, we applying integrated approaches on genome-wide association datasets, Norwegian biobank, and registry samples to evaluate the associations among genetic factors, brain morphology, and schizophrenia, as well as to exploring the biological mechanism underlying these associations.


  • PhD 2014-2019, Psychiatry and mental health, Peking University


  • psychiatric genetics
  • brain imaging genetics
  • brain development
  • precision medicine



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