I figured there would be more chances of a response here than on Twitter. More specifically he's looking at who already went to the trouble of storing samples. Does the UK biobank go there? I watched Michael's presentation at the Harvard symposium yesterday. I think he's looking in a very promising direction. One thing that really struck is when he mentioned how most of neurology is focused on the neocortex and the more primitive parts of the brain are boring stuff. I think he's right that things are overlooked there. It's where everything plugs into and modulates nervous response.