1 Study Matches
DNA methylation in childhood trauma survivors and subsequent health issues.
This is a qualitative research interview that aims to understand how epigenetic changes linked to childhood trauma may influence the health of trauma survivors. We hope to find what diseases are more prevalent in children who have experienced child abuse than children who have not experienced child abuse. And, if possible what could be the role of DNA methylation in increasing susceptibility to these certain diseases? Participants will share their subjective views on the subject for a 30 minutes semi-structured research interview.
Melissa Cesaire - at email@example.com or 561-425-4606
18 year(s) or older
Inclusion Criteria:Current and former researcher studying trauma, and/or epigenetic changes linked to trauma
Health professional that interact with traumatized patients
Participants must be 18 years of age or older
All genders, ethnicities or citizenships may be able to participate
Exclusion Criteria:1. Those who are not qualified as a professional researcher or health professional
2. Those who are less than 18 years old
Children's Health, Mental & Behavioral Health