Maternal stress and offspring mental health: interview with Veronika Kiryanova

Written by Lauren Pulling

Following the showcasing of her research at Neuroscience 2016 (12–16 November 2016) by the Society for Neuroscience, we spoke to Veronika Kiryanova (University of Calgary, Canada) about her recent work on maternal stress and offspring mental health, and her thoughts on how research such as this will impact future research and clinical practice. Please could you tell us a little about your background and current research focuses? I am currently a PhD candidate in Behavioural Neuroscience at the University of Calgary. I work under the supervision of Richard Dyck, a professor in the Department of Psychology. I work with mice,...

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