The Dutch Neuroscience Meeting took place on 20 and 21 June 2019 in Lunteren. Our lab was present with two talks form Carolina de Weerth. She showed results from several studies related to associations of early life stress and behavioral outcomes in early and middle childhood. She also focused on the development of the human gut microbiome starting early in life.
Two of our students also presented a poster with the results of their master these. Jana Runze’s poster was on A Longitudinal Study on Attachment Insecurity and Chronic stress: The Role of Self-Regulation and Rosa Pranger’s poster was on two mechanisms for the association between maternal distress and poor inhibitory control.