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Congratulations Riya!

Congratulations to Riya Kaushal for winning the The Thomas E. Frumkes Award: For excellence in psychological research. 

 

Keep up the good work, Wei & Jacob

Congratulations to Wei Zhang and Jacob Ham to have her placenta genetic paper published with PlosOne.

 

Congratulations to Melissa Huang

Congrats to Melissa Huang, a doctoral student, in starting CHIP or Child Health and outcomes In Pregnancy Study as a joint collaborative research project between us (Dr. Nomura’s lab) and the New York Presbyterian Queens Hospital and OB/GYN clinic.
We are so proud of her!

Jessica is On a Roll

Jessica was selected for a University Scholar Award in her training area, which awarded her a monetary award of $500.

Congratulations!

Way To Go Jessica!

Congrats to Jessica Buthmann for presenting at a professional conference. She will be submitting this work for publication before the end of 2019.
Title of Poster: The Children of Superstorm Sandy: Sex Moderates Link Between Electrodermal Reactivity and Prenatal Storm Exposure
Presenter: Jessica Buthmann, PhD Candidate, CUNY Graduate Center

Congratulations to Katarina!

In November 2019, NYSCI hosted its annual ‘Evening of Science and Inspiration’ Gala.

At this year’s Gala, the Seidenberg Family Top of the Ladder Award went to Katarina Gabriella, an Explainer at the New York Hall of Science.

The gala provides an opportunity to celebrate and share our work, and to raise crucial unrestricted funds to support our ability to engage and inspire young people through Design-Make-Play.

Once again, congratulations to our former lab member!

Great job on your presentations!

Great job to all of our research assistants who presented their projects at the Westchester Undergraduate Research Conference 2019: AnaCristina Bedoya, Jane Shnayder, Mateusz Wysocki, Michelle Senra, Jeenia Zaki, and Izabela Konopko.

Recent Mentions of SIP Findings

Read about how environmental stress can be passed on through pregnancy.

Read about the effects of maternal depression and Superstorm Sandy on pregnant women.

Read about the influence of in-utero exposure.

Read about how important prenatal maternal depression is.

Congratulations Johnny!

Congratulations to Johnny Lopez (Masters Student) on being selected for a Japanese government funded fellowship to be trained in neuroscience research in Japan. He is going to Toyohashi University of Technology (TUT), Hamamatsu University of Medicine, and Tokyo University for two months in the summer!