A brief report from Emily J Jones, PhD and Hannah Schreier, PhD to examine whether first-gens have higher levels of cardiovascular disease risk markers relative to continuing-generation college students
A new publication by Alysse Loomis and CMSN's Dr. Carlomagno Panlilio. Implications for development and evaluation of trauma-informed approaches for early childhood settings are discussed.
Congratulate these CMAS students on their 2022-23 scholarship
Results found that the PediBIRN 4-variable CDR demonstrated AHT screening sensitivity in the pediatric ED equivalent to pediatric intensive care unit and other inpatient settings, but lower specificity.
The study found increased risk of adverse sexual and reproductive health outcomes among female adolescents investigated by CPS.
To better understand the development of externalizing behavior, this study examines how multiple levels of influence (child temperament, negative parenting, and dyadic interactions) work together to increase externalizing behaviors over time.
New open-access article featuring our own Sarah Font and T32 postdoctoral fellow Lindsey Palmer focuses on what family courts need to know about permanency, family reunification, and adoption for children in foster care.
An article highlighting a study by Sarah Font and Jennie Noll that was published in JAMA Pediatrics
Researchers examined the comparability of leukocyte TL measurements generated using qPCR to those estimated using DNAmTL in a high-risk pediatric cohort.
For many youth in the foster care system, continuing their education at the collegiate level may seem out of reach.