ROLE OF PATERNAL PRECONCEPTION ENVIRONMENTIN ETHANOL- AND STRESS-RELATED PHENOTYPES

@inproceedings{Rompala2018ROLEOP,
  title={ROLE OF PATERNAL PRECONCEPTION ENVIRONMENTIN ETHANOL- AND STRESS-RELATED PHENOTYPES},
  author={Gregory R. Rompala},
  year={2018}
}
While the importance of maternal health during pregnancy for proper offspring development is well-acknowledged, a potential role for preconception health -- especially that of the father -- is rarely considered. However, a recent surge of studies strongly implicates paternal experiences and environmental exposures prior to conception as causal drivers of complex neurobehavioral offspring phenotypes. Considering this work, my dissertation laboratory previously discovered that paternal… CONTINUE READING

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