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Interpreting epigenetic signatures in studies of early life adversity (Interstela project)

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A network of social and biological researchers united by the goal of understanding the relationship between early life adversity and epigenetic variation. Our project involves research into the epigenetic marks associated with various forms of early life adversity, and takes a life course perspective to examine whether these epigenetic changes persist across the life course. A number of training and dissemination workshops and activities will take place in addition to networking activities designed to facilitate interdisciplinary collaboration. This network forms part of a wider network of related projects, as part of the Epigenetics and Social Science Network (ESSN: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/essn)
Project dates
01 Dec 2015 - 30 Nov 2017

For further information, see the project's website:

www.bristol.ac.uk/integrative-epidemiology/epigenetics-social-science-network/research-projects-and-networks/interstela

Project director(s):
Dr Laura Howe
Project funder:
ESRC and BBSRC
Contact:
Liz Green
liz.green@bristol.ac.uk