Professor Alina Rodriguez from the School of Psychology will lead the next LIH Research Development Seminar entitled, Biological Psychology meets Epidemiology Wednesday 29th March 2017 12pm-2pm* Minerva Building, Room MB3203 This talk will provide a brief overview of my research agenda focusing on the concept of prenatal programming – i.e. environmental exposures prior to birth can change the structure and function ofRead more →
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