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July 09, 2018

Michelle VanTieghem Awarded NRSA Grant

Michelle VanTieghem, doctoral student in the Developmental Affective Neuroscience Lab (PI: Tottenham), has been awarded an NRSA (F31) grant from the National Institute for Mental Health

June 13, 2018

Professor Nim Tottenham Interviewed To Discuss The Developmental Consequences of New US Immigration Policy (Audio Recording)

Dr. Nim Tottenham and some of her colleagues were recently interviewed on a episode of Circle of Willis titled "Children at the Border" to discuss the developmental consequences of the new US Immigration policy that separates children from their parents once they enter the United States.

The audio recording of the discussion can be found by clicking the link below:

http://circleofwillispodcast.com/children-at-the-border

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