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Did you miss our event with Dr. Nim Tottenham, Dr. Kimberly G. Noble and Dr. Kristin Bernard in April 2018? The biological correlates of psychosocial adversity and promising intervention strategies were discussed. Click here to watch the video.
Trauma-Free NYC members Dr. Sonali Raja and Dr. Charles Branas have recently published a relevant article looking at youth exposure to violence as an Adverse Childhood Experience
In their study, Dr. Rajan, Dr. Branas and co-authors provide evidence for the exposure of violence involving guns as an Adverse Childhood Experience.
Trauma-Free NYC and NYC Administration for Children Services launched an inter-professional service learning graduate course at the Mailman School of Public Health
“This course exemplifies the community-based learning and radical social justice that Mailman teaches.” – Graduate Student enrolled in course, Spring 2019
Dr. Virgnia Rauh, Co-Founder of Trauma-Free NYC, receives the Dean’s Excellence in Leadership Award!
During an annual awards event, Dr. Virgnia Rauh was presented with the Dean’s Excellence in Leadership Award from Dean Linda Fried, Mailman School of Public Health.
Can we help kids in poverty simply by giving families more money?
Trauma-Free NYC team member, neuroscientist and pediatrician Kimberly Noble is leading the Baby's First Years study, the first-ever randomized study of how family income changes children's cognitive, emotional and brain development.
Listen to Trauma-Free NYC team member, Dr. Nim Tottenham, speak about the impact of child separation on the developing brain on NBC Nightly News.