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Annual conference to shed light on approaches for boosting child protection

Sept. 30 to Oct. 1 event showcases advances in long-term effects of early-life stress

Penn State's Fourth Annual Conference on Child Protection and Well-Being, held on September 30 and October 1, 2015, have been profiled by Penn State News:

The “New Frontiers in the Biology of Stress, Maltreatment and Trauma: Opportunities for Translation, Resilience, and Reversibility” conference, scheduled for Sept. 30 to Oct. 1 at the Nittany Lion Inn, will bring together 15 top researchers in fields of psychology and neurosciences from Penn State, Harvard, New York University and other institutions around the world. They will share their findings about the ways stress “gets under the skin,” according to the Network’s website.

The full article can be viewed on Penn State News's website. Additional information about the conference can be found on The Network on Child Protection and Well-Being's website.

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