|Julia Foutz||Ashlee Moore|
|Natalie Bareis||Dr. Mezuk supporting the presenters|
Doctoral student, Natalie Bareis, and graduate students, Julia Foutz and Ashlee Moore, presented their research at the American PsychoPathological Association annual conference. The conference took place March 6-8, 2014, in New York, NY.
Natalie presented a poster on her latest research, “Depression, anxiety, and telomere length: Evidence from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.” Natalie’s co-authors on the abstract are Dr. Belinda Needham, Dr. Briana Mezuk, and Dr. Elissa Epel.
Julia presented her poster titled “Advanced paternal age and risk of psychotic like symptoms in offspring.” Ashlee presented her poster titled “Exploring Moffitt’s Developmental Taxonomy of Conduct Disorder: An Epidemiological Study of Childhood Predictors and Adult Outcomes of ‘Life Course Persistent’ and ‘Adolescence Limited’ Group Membership.”