Pre-natal development changes and women in science with Tracy Bale

Greg sits down with Brains and Behavior distinguished lecturer Dr. Tracy Bale Ph.D. to discuss her rock star post-doc at the Salk Institute (2:03) how important it is to be independent as a scientist (7:28), history of epigenetic research (9:34), how males are involved in epigenetic processes (13:45), the vaginal and gut microbiome (24:23), clinical implications behind her research (31:39), and the importance of retaining women in the sciences (36:56)

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