more Anupam Garg is an MD/Ph D student currently in graduate school in Professor Ed Callaway's laboratory at the Salk Institute.Within both medicine and science, Anupam's interests are closely related to understanding the function and mechanisms of the visual system.more Emily Davis is a graduate student in linguistics who is also in the Gentner Lab.
more Anupam Garg is an MD/Ph D student currently in graduate school in Professor Ed Callaway's laboratory at the Salk Institute.
Broader questions in her research considered the artistic representations of human evolution and the many past species for which we now have fossils and how these representations are by definition between the animal...
more Elizabeth Clausing is a Ph D candidate in the Department of Anthropology working in Dr. She is particularly interested in how stress can impact the body through epigenetic inheritance via DNA methylation.
Our faculty are continually engaged at the highest professional levels, creating dance and theatre work in over one hundred theatres in sixteen different countries.
November 13, 2019 PM - November 23, 2019 PM Two young people seem to have the strength to transcend the turmoil and ugliness of the life in which they found themselves but are, instead, crushed by it.
She is also interested in how early childhood experiences (e.g., low socioeconomic status, childhood adversity) can affect health in adulthood.
From an evolutionary perspective, epigenetics provides a way for variation within a species to rapidly increase, providing opportunity for adaptation to new, arising selection pressures.
As a member of the Mind and Development Lab, run by Dr.
Adena Schachner, she studies social and emotional aspects of music perception.
I am fascinated by how our birth process developed from an evolutionary perspective, and by birth practices in different cultures.
Tanushree Agrawal is a Ph D student in Psychology at UC San Diego.