Many congratulations to APEAL Lab alumnus Yasmin Garad on the publication of her paper entitled “Sex-specific differences in the association between childhood adversity and cardiovascular disease in adulthood: evidence from a national cohort study” in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology. Yasmin was an MSc student in the APEAL Lab at the University of Alberta, and this paper was the focus of her MSc thesis. Yasmin’s research showed that the relationship between childhood adversity and heart disease in adulthood was stronger in women than men. Congrats on a brilliant idea and a great paper, Yasmin!
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