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DevSci Affiliate Mentors 2nd Year Medical Student in Early Diagnosis of Autism Research

DevSci Affiliate Mentors 2nd Year Medical Student in Early Diagnosis of Autism Research

DevSci is proud to announce the 2019 recipients of our Cluster Seed Funds

DevSci is proud to announce the 2019 recipients of our Cluster Seed Funds

Naomi Polinsky named DevSci's new Graduate Student Fellow for 2019

Naomi Polinsky named DevSci's new Graduate Student Fellow for 2019

Vijay Mittal looks at motor skills to prevent and treat psychosis before it develops

Vijay Mittal looks at motor skills to prevent and treat psychosis before it develops

Nia Heard-Garris leads study reveals young adults exposed to incarceration as children have higher odds of future depression, PTSD

Nia Heard-Garris leads study reveals young adults exposed to incarceration as children have higher odds of future depression, PTSD

DevSci's 2019 Faculty Seed Fund Awardees focuses on Sturge-Weber Syndrome

DevSci's 2019 Faculty Seed Fund Awardees focuses on Sturge-Weber Syndrome

Ellen Wartella's policy-oriented research of Sesame Street is highlighted

Ellen Wartella's policy-oriented research of Sesame Street is highlighted

Craig Garfield's new NICU app will give parents baby's vital signs and updates

Craig Garfield's new NICU app will give parents baby's vital signs and updates

Judy Moskowitz's study on caregiver anxiety and depression is featured by Reuters

Judy Moskowitz's study on caregiver anxiety and depression is featured by Reuters

Courtney Blackwell's new study focuses on mental health in children with chronic health issues

Courtney Blackwell's new study focuses on mental health in children with chronic health issues

David Figlio co-authors a study that tracks how male twins impact their twin sisters' long-term development

David Figlio co-authors a study that tracks how male twins impact their twin sisters' long-term development

Patrick Seed's study looks at growth failure in preterm infants tied to altered gut bacteria

Patrick Seed's study looks at growth failure in preterm infants tied to altered gut bacteria

ND Core Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

The Neurodevelopmental Core Celebrates its official ribbon cutting on May 9th

Carolyn Foster leads a study offering recommendations to address the shortage of nurses who provide care at home for children with serious chronic health conditions

Carolyn Foster leads a study offering recommendations to address the shortage of nurses who provide care at home for children with serious chronic health conditions

Future Directions for Early Childhood Prevention of Mental Disorders: A Road Map to Mental Health, Earlier

DevSci leadership Collaborate on Future Directions for Early Childhood Prevention of Mental Disorders: A Road Map to Mental Health, Earlier

$15 Million Gift from Pritzker Foundation to Fund Expanded Access to Much-Needed Mental Health Services for Youth

$15 Million Gift from Pritzker Foundation to Fund Expanded Access to Much-Needed Mental Health Services for Youth

Rachel Flynn on Digital Games as Context for Children's Cognitive Development: Research Recommendations and Policy Considerations

Digital Games as Context for Children's Cognitive Development: Research Recommendations and Policy Considerations

Carolyn Foster Leads Study on National Shortage of Home Care Nurses for Children

Experts Address National Shortage of Home Care Nurses for Children

Sandy Waxman and Danielle Perszyk put forth a study on infants’ advances in speech processing play a central role in their establishment of a language-cognition link

Sandy Waxman and Danielle Perszyk put forth a study on infants’ advances in speech processing play a central role in their establishment of a language-cognition link

William Grobman is senior author of a study that found inducing labor at 39 weeks reduces risk of C-sections.

William Grobman is senior author of a study that found inducing labor at 39 weeks reduces risk of C-sections.

New Book

New Book "Love, Money, and Parenting" co-authored by Matthias Doepke

Melissa Simon and Darius Tandon on Preventing Depression in New Mothers

Melissa Simon and Darius Tandon on Preventing Depression in New Mothers

Faculty Affiliate News

Nia Heard-Garris weighs in on article examining why rates of drowning among kids are 10 times higher for black children

Nia Heard-Garris weighs in on article examining why rates of drowning among kids are 10 times higher for black children

Matthias Doepe quoted in Chicago Tribune highlighting benefits of bilingual education

Matthias Doepe quoted in Chicago Tribune highlighting benefits of bilingual education

Matthew Davis is interviewed on lead exposure and shares how to project your family from lead in water

Matthew Davis is interviewed on lead exposure and shares how to project your family from lead in water

Who Benefits From Looking at the Bright Side?

Who Benefits From Looking at the Bright Side? co-authored by Claudia Haase

Infants can use a few labeled examples to spark the acquisition of object categories

Infants can use a few labeled examples to spark the acquisition of object categories

Structuring Research to Address Discrimination as a Factor in Child and Adolescent Health

Structuring Research to Address Discrimination as a Factor in Child and Adolescent Health