Carina Fowler

I am a Ph.D. student in the clinical psychology program working with Dr. Michael Gaffrey. My research takes a broad view of life stress and examines how different stressors alter trajectories of socio-emotional and neurobiological development in children. I am particularly interested in how environmental stressors and environmental health impact the developing brain and risk for psychiatric disorder. I am a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, and I come to Duke after two years working full time as a project coordinator for Dr. Eva Telzer in the Developmental Social Neuroscience lab at UNC.

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