Expert in neuroscience and early childhood brain development studying the role of stress and adversity on mental and physical well-being.
Assistant professor and Dorothy King Chair in Educational Psychology, Center for Healthy Minds College of Letters and Science School of Education — Home and cell phones available upon request firstname.lastname@example.org Home page
- Impact of prenatal and postnatal factors such as stress and adversity on child well-being
- Characterizing infant and pediatric brain development
- Mindfulness practices related to child and family well-being
- Importance of early childhood education and care for longterm mental and physical well-being
- Chair, Education Committee for the Society of Biological Psychiatry (SOBP)
- Principal Investigator for NICHD R01 “A Mechanistic Study of the Association between Poverty and Executive Functions in Early Childhood"
- Research published in Journal of Cognition and Development, JAMA Pediatrics, Biological Psychiatry, Psychoneuroendocrinology,