FF Collaborative Project PI to Present at Notestein Seminar Series

Tue, Oct 22, 2019, 11:45 am

Chris Monk, a Principal Investigator on the Fragile Families Brain Development collaborative project, will be presenting at the Office of Population Research Notestein Seminar Series on Tuesday, October 22. The title of his talk is "Adversity, Resilience,  & the Developing Brain". The talk will begin promptly at noon and will go until 1:00pm, in 300 Wallace Hall at Princeton University. This talk is open to all University-affiliated faculty, students, and visitors. Lunch will be served. 

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