Environmental Justice and the Early-life Origin of Health Disparities: Why Mom Matters (2013-2014)

This project team examined how unhealthy and stressful living conditions in expectant mothers affect the brains of their developing children.

Timing

2013-2014

Team Outcomes

Why Mom Matters: Environmental Justice and the Early-life Origins of Health Disparities (poster by Dominic Le, Bailey Ryan, Sammie Truong, Tania Hassanzadeh, Jessica L. Bolton, Leigh Ann Simmons, Staci D. Bilbo)

Environmental Justice and the Early-Life Origins of Health Disparities: Why Mom Matters (presentation by Tania Hassanzadeh, Dominic Le, Bailey Ryan)

/faculty/staff Team Members

  • Richard Auten, School of Medicine-Pediatrics*
  • Staci Bilbo, Arts & Sciences-Psychology and Neuroscience*
  • Leigh Ann Simmons, School of Nursing*

/undergraduate Team Members

  • Tania Hassanzadeh
  • Dominic Le, Biology (BS)
  • Bailey Ryan
  • Samantha Truong, Program II (AB)