Tobacco Exposure and Children’s Health: Identifying Critical Windows and Joint Effects

Speaker: Dr. Moore
Length: 56:43 minutes

Tobacco exposure is detrimental to early-life growth and the developing brain. Few epidemiological studies have examined prenatal and postnatal exposures within the same study. Therefore, the most susceptible developmental periods are unknown. Early-life nutrition and other environmental factors may further alter risk, but the potential effect-modifying role of these factors has yet to be explored. This webinar will present current and ongoing evidence addressing these important gaps in knowledge.

Speaker: Brianna Moore, PhD, MS, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, The University of Texas Health Science Center, Michael and Susan Dell Center for Healthy Living

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