Charlis Raineki presents new research at annual FACE Meeting in Ottawa


Dr. Charlis Raineki, Research Associate in the lab, recently presented his work, “Unique and interactive effects of prenatal alcohol exposure and early-life adversity: Focus on mental health” at the 16th annual meeting of the Fetal Alcohol Canadian Expertise (FACE) Research Network in Ottawa, Ontario. The focus of this research involved combining rodent models of prenatal alcohol exposure and early-life adversity to examine the unique and interactive effects of these insultsĀ on offspring. The work presented included contributions from several members of the Weinberg lab, including Sam Baglot, Tammy Bodnar & Parker Holman.

Source of funding: Canadian Foundation on Fetal Alcohol Research (CFFAR); NIH/NIAAA; NeuroDevNet

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