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Public Impact:

Events and press coverage that show the public impact of our work.

International Health Film Festival & Expo at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (2015, March 26). GATTACA. Film screening and discussion on genetics and society, with Profs. Patrick McGowan, Malcolm Campbell, Andrea Charise, & Albert Wong (CAMH).

The Nature of Things with David Suzuki (2014, Nov  27). Two of a Kind. 90th Parallel Productions in assocation with CBC.

UTSC Commons 50th Anniversary Issue (2014, Fall). Research Feature: The modern laboratory is built on collaborations at many levels.

Parentood: What Pregnant women Need To Know About What They Eat (2014, Fall).

Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome (CFIDS) Association of America Webinar (2013, May 16). Epigenetic changes and CFS: Identifying the culprit.

Royal Canadian Institute for the Advancement of Science Gala (2013, Apr 25).How do envrionments talk to genes?

Scholar's Circle & Insighters Radio (2013, Apr 14). Interview with Patrick McGowan, Randy Jirtle and Eva Jablonka.

Knack (magazine) Interview (2012, Nov 9): Traumas from childhood can affect brains [in Dutch]

Epigenie Webinar (2012, Oct 3): Early life determinants of mental health: Epigenomic mechanisms

Epigenie Interview (2011, Aug 25): Early-Life Stress, Epigenetics and Disease with Dr. Patrick McGowan

The Scientist (2011, Mar). Environmental impact.

Montreal Gazette (2011, Jan 14). The painted brain: How our lives colour our minds.

The Independent (2010, Dec 2). Stressed out? It could be in your genes.

Discover Magazine (2009, Dec 12). Top 100 discoveries of 2009. Year in Science edition.

Headway Magazine (2009, Apr 9). The legacy of child abuse.

The New York Times (2009, Feb 23). After abuse, changes in the brain.

BBC News (2009, Feb 23). Child abuse ‘impacts stress gene.’

The Economist. (2008, May 8). Silencing of the lambs. Abuse in childhood may change the way genes work.

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