is chief of the laboratory of neurogenetics at the
National Institutes of Health's Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. This
laboratory is the world's leading research facility in the genetics of
alcoholism, substance abuse, and related problems. Dr. Goldman has identified,
in a large-scale family linkage study on southwestern Indians, evidence of two
major genes influencing vulnerability to alcoholism. With more than 200
publications, Dr. Goldman also sits on several editorial review boards. He is a
graduate of Yale University and the University of Texas.