Several studies have shown that exposure to early life stress (childhood abuse or neglect for example), leads to a higher risk of developing brain disorders in adulthood. Kit-Yi Yam carries out research into the short or long-term sex-specific effects of early-life stress on the brain and metabolism. She also investigates some of the neuro-biological mechanisms that could underlie the beneficial effects of diet on cognition.
|Date||20 March 2018|
|Time||14:00 - 15:00|
K.Y. Yam: Programming of the Brain by Metabolic and Nutritional Factors After Early-Life Stress: Modulations by Early Nutritional Interventions.
Prof. P.J. Lucassen
Dr A. Korosi
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