Many populations are impacted by the effects of COVID-19 and the crisis response, but children may be especially vulnerable to poor outcomes during this time.
The multi-institute initiative is providing a total of $2.25 million to help researchers leverage external support toward the creation of solutions to the myriad health, social and economic problems caused by COVID-19.
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Exposure to early-life adversity (ELA) can result in long-term changes to physiological systems, which predispose individuals to negative health outcomes. This biological embedding of stress-responsive systems may operate via dysregulation of physiological resources in response to common stressors.
Five University faculty members have received 2020 Faculty Scholar Medals for Outstanding Achievement.Established in 1980, the award recognizes scholarly or creative excellence represented by a single contribution or a series of contributions around a coherent theme.
Why is there a 12 year gap between research and its use? How can you make sure providers and policy makers use your research so that it's impactful?
Penn State researchers who scoured 2,000 child abuse reports across the state say the state should rethink a law that requires the destruction of some records of abuse allegations and re-examine what’s causing a state appeals bureau to overturn the vast majority of abuse rulings.
Kate Guastaferro is a Penn State Methodology Center Research Associate
Dr. Chad Shenk, Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at Penn State, is awarded the College of Health and Human Development Alumni Society Excellence in Teaching Award