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Festschrift in Honor of Dr. Norman “Skip” Spear
Friday, May 30, 2014
Binghamton University
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The DEARC is happy to announce that Dr. Sandra Mooney was recently elected to the Advisory Board for the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Study Group.

37th Annual RSA Scientific Meeting
June 21-25, 2014
Bellevue, Washington
rsoa.org/2014meet-indexAbs.htm

2nd Annual Flux Congress
September 11-13, 2014
Hollywood, California
fluxconference.com

The Flux Congress acts as a forum for developmental cognitive neuroscientists and psychologists to share their findings, expand their knowledge base, and be informed of translational approaches. This conference is designed for scientists who use neuroimaging techniques to understand age related changes in brain function and structure.

Research Highlights

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Research Focus

The research of the DEARC focuses on the 2 primary developmental periods during which EtOH exposure occurs: prenatally/postnatally through maternal use (including in breast milk) and during adolescence. The general premise is that early EtOH exposure begets later EtOH exposure that increases the probability of EtOH abuse/dependence later in life, thereby increasing the probability the next generatation would be exposed and setting up a transgenerational cycle of exposure/abuse.

Last Updated: 11/3/11