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Behavioral & Neurodevelopmental Genetics Laboratory ~ News & Presentations


 

Researchers find childhood trauma affects DNA.

Dr. Stacy Drury discusses the impact of neighborhood violence on children's behavior.


 

Science of Trauma: How exposure to violence can be toxic to the brain and body.

Article in the New Orleans Times-Picayune, produced as a project for the Dennis A. Hunt Fund for Health Journalism, a program of the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism.


 

Rethinking Risk and Resiliency

Case Western Reserve University Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds 1/11/2013


 

Understanding how community violence influences children’s health

Dr. Stacy Drury discusses the murder of children and its impact on other children.


 

The Infant Development Study

Dr. Stacy Drury talks about our current study, which hopes to show that moms can biologically protect their babies from stress through supportive and responsive parenting.


 

Telomere Meeting Draws Scientists from Across Disciplines

Dr. Stacy Drury discusses the potential of telomeres as biological markers of exposure to stress.


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