Tamara Bodnar

Project Description

Tamara Bodnar’s research focuses on understanding how alterations in the early-life environment affect the developing immune, neuroimmune, and endocrine systems during development and into adulthood. Her work has utilized both animal models as well as clinical cohorts, with the aim of identifying risk vs. resiliency biomarkers.

Research Interests

Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Inflammation
Early-Life Environment

Research Methodology

Microscopy
Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA)
Immunohistochemistry
Animal Models

Faculty

Faculty of Medicine

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