James A. Coffman, Ph.D., Discusses How Stress Experienced During Early Development Programs Adult Disease Risk in Webinar
MDI Biological Laboratory scientist James A. Coffman, Ph.D., discusses his research on how chronic stress experienced during early development epigenetically programs adult disease risk in a live webinar sponsored by Neurology Central, an online publication based in the United Kingdom.Continue Reading
Prolonging Your Healthy Years: An Interview With Aric Rogers, Ph.D.
Aric Rogers, Ph.D., assistant professor at the MDI Biological Laboratory, discusses how factors such as genetic variations and environmental conditions can influence lifespan in an interview that originally appeared in the online publication, Regenerative Medicine Network.Continue Reading
A Biomedical Rationale for Having Strong Social Safety Nets
MDI Biological Laboratory Associate Professor James A. Coffman, Ph.D., discusses how susceptibility to disease is determined epigenetically — that is, by environmental influences that affect the developmental and physiological regulation of gene activity.Continue Reading
Q&A with James A. Coffman, Ph.D.: Early-Life Stress in Adult Illness
In this Q&A from Future Neurology, MDI Biological Laboratory Associate Professor James A. Coffman, Ph.D., talks about his research on the mechanisms by which chronic early-life stress increases the risk of disease in adulthood.Continue Reading
Zebrafish May Hold the Answer to Why Early-Life Stress Can Make You Sick When You’re an Adult
In her “Catching Health” blog, freelance health and wellness writer Diane Atwood discusses research by MDI Biological Laboratory scientist James A. Coffman, Ph.D., on how exposure to stress early in life can lead to adult disease.Continue Reading
How Does Chronic Stress Early in Life Contribute to Aging?
MDI Biological Laboratory associate professor James A. Coffman, Ph.D., delivered a summary of research being conducted in his laboratory on the effect of stress on health at a recent Work-in-Progress presentation.Continue Reading