“Ancestral Remembrances and Descendant Recollections – Multi-generational Studies of Structure and Function in the Nervous System” -
Brian Dias, Ph.D.
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Historical events have generated data indicating that stressors experienced by populations, affect not only the individuals directly exposed to them, but also descendants. Using animal models, our research (and my talk) aims to shed light on the nature and mechanisms by which both ancestral and descendant generations bear imprints of stressful environmental events.
This presentation can be seen via videoconference on the Emory Campus HSRB E260