TITLE: The Profound Impact of Stress: Human Biology & Social Implications for the Individual and Society (1)
EVENT DATE: 03/26/2012
FORMAT: Video + Captions
RUNNING TIME: 330 minutes
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First of two days on the role of stress role in the health of the individual, as well as of society as a whole. Topics included "The Stress System and the Neurological Basis of Emotion," "Stress and the Lifecycle," and "Dysregulation of the Stress System and Resultant Illness." Speakers included George Chrousos (University of Athens, Greece), Philippe Goldin (Stanford University), Robert Romero (National Institutes of Health), Pathik D. Wadhwa (University of California, Irvine, School of Medicine), Lorah D. Dorn (Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center), Philip Gold (National Institutes of Health Clinical Center) and Daniel J. Clauw (University of Michigan).