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How Social Isolation Impacts Behavior Across Different Tests

Semester: Spring 2024

Presentation description

Chronic Social isolation has detrimental effects on the brain, health, and behavior. It is especially relevant in times of extended social isolation due to the Coronavirus pandemic. One study conducted by the Harvard Graduate School of Education showed that following the pandemic, roughly 36 percent of Americans report feelings of "serious loneliness". Our past work has shown that isolation during adolescence causes social anxiety-like behaviors in mice. Comparing data from different behavioral

Presenter Name: Rene Valles

Presentation Type: Poster
Presentation Format: In Person
Presentation #B42
College: Medicine
School / Department: Neurobiology & Anatomy
Research Mentor: Jordan Grammer
Date | Time: Tuesday, Apr 9th | 10:45 AM