In March 2019, two of our GREMAPers Jacinda and Viktoryia attended an annual meeting for the American Psychosomatic Society, which took place in Vancouver, BC this year. They presented a poster featuring baseline data from the Richmond Stress and Sugar Study. The poster focused on comparing whether HPA-axis reactivity to the Trier Social Stress Test differed by race/ethnicity and/or neighborhood socio-economic status (SES). Findings are intriguing and provide preliminary evidence that exposure to environmental stress, which is operationalized through low neighborhood SES, might alter reactivity to acute stress. Stay tuned for further details!