Aimed to drive multidisciplinary conversations about the effects of stressors on early brain development, consider the impacts on individuals, families and communities, and spur discussions on possible strategies to address.


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Cynthia Rogers, MD

Dr. Rogers investigates the relationship between brain development and psychiatric disorders in young children. 

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