Please join us for a special seminar organized and led by Cecilia Flores in collaboration with Douglas-McGill Max Plank Institute of Psychiatry AMH group.
The talk will be given by Dr. Cate Peña, and is entitled, "Early life stress primes sensitivity to future stress: from epigenetics to engrams."
Dr. Peña earned her BA from the University of Pennsylvania, working under Dr. Tracy Bale. She then worked at the National Institute for Mental Health in the Laboratory of Clinical Science headed by Dr. Dennis Murphy. She earned her PhD from Columbia University working with Dr. Frances Champagne, and was a Robin Chemers Neustein Postdoctoral Fellow at Mount Sinai with Dr. Eric Nestler. She is now an Assistant Professor in the Princeton Neuroscience Institute where she investigates the impact of early life stress on brain development and risk for psychiatric disease. More on her lab and research
Meeting ID: 860 6736 2565