After over a decade of clinical and research work examining adolescent health risk behavior in New Mexico, plus an additional five years at Oregon Health & Science University, Dr. Sarah Feldstein Ewing moved to the University of Rhode Island to start the Adolescent Neuroscience Center for Health Resilience (ANCHoR).
ANCHoR aims to increase understanding of the links between basic biological mechanisms, effective interventions for reducing risky behaviors, and adolescent health outcomes. The Center operates under Principal Investigator Sarah W. Feldstein Ewing, PhD., within the Department of Psychology at the University of Rhode Island.
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