Gee, Dylan Grace Full-Time WCMC Faculty


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  • My program of research aims to characterize typical and atypical frontolimbic trajectories across development, elucidate how early environments (e.g., early-life stress) and genetic factors influence sensitive periods in neurodevelopment and risk for psychopathology, and translate knowledge of brain development to optimize clinical interventions for affective psychopathology in childhood and adolescence. A central focus of this work is the nature and development of emotional behavior and related connections between limbic and prefrontal regions in children and adolescents with anxiety and stress-related disorders.