This month's Nature Neuroscience issue is focusing on neurogenomics, which is progressing rapidly given the accelerated advances in Next Next Gen Sequencing. Here is an overview from the journal:
Advances in genomics is accelerating the pace of discovery in all areas of biology and medicine including psychiatry. Neuroscientists are now inundated with information implicating hundreds of regions across the genome that harbor rare and common risk variants for disorders of the brain. Navigating this data deluge and translating it into biological and mechanistic insights remains a formidable challenge. In this special Nature Neuroscience issue on neurogenomics, we present a series of perspectives and reviews by leading experts on the latest genomic methods, their recent discoveries in psychiatry and neurology and their implication for and application to neuroscience.
A number of the perspective and review pieces are very interesting. Here is the link if interested.