Gabriel L. Schlomer is an assistant professor in the Division of Educational Psychology and Methodology at the University at Albany, SUNY. He graduated from Indiana State University in 2003 with a BS in Psychology. He received his Ph.D. in Family Studies and Human Development from the University of Arizona where he gained expertise in evolutionary theoretical approaches to studying children and families. Following his Ph.D., Dr. Schlomer completed post-doctoral work at Penn State as part of both the Biobehavioral Health and Human Development and Family Studies departments where he gained additional training in molecular genetics and gene-by-environment interaction (GxE) research. Dr. Schlomer is currently an Assistant Professor in the Division of Educational Psychology and Methodology at the University at Albany, SUNY. Dr. Schlomer’s research centers on evaluating genetic and environmental effects, and their co-action, on externalizing behavior problems in adolescents, including substance use, aggression/delinquency, and risky sexual behavior. During the summer he enjoys hiking in the Adirondack Mountains and during the winter he curls with the Albany Curling Club. He also volunteers on weekends at the Mohawk Hudson Human Society walking dogs.