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Susceptibility to certain diseases and developmental problems is shaped in part by environmental exposures that occur in utero. Yet experts still know little about the underlying mechanisms that drive this process.

Laurie Wakschlag, medical social sciences vice chair for scientific and faculty development, is investigating how prenatal exposure to stress or carcinogens can increase a child’s likelihood of experiencing early neurodevelopmental problems or disease later in life. Wakschlag, a...