Eiden | Nickerson | Lucke | Ostrov | Godleski | Schuetze | Wieczorek This study will examine developmental pathways to violence, victimization and substance use in adolescents exposed to high levels of community violence.
Wen | Epstein | Eiden The goal of this secondary data analysis project is to examine developmental sequelae of six etiological subgroups of low birthweight infants. This one-year study is funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Xiaozhong Wen of the UB Department of Pediatrics is the Principal Investigator, with Leonard Epstein of the UB Department of Pediatrics and Rina Das Eiden as Co-Investigators.
Eiden | Leonard | Colder Researchers studied the impact of early childhood risk and protection and parents’ alcohol problems on underage drinking and substance use in a prospective study spanning infancy to adolescence in order to help develop early interventions to address the issue.
Eiden | Colder | Schuetze This study examined the impact of prenatal exposure to cocaine and other substances and associated environmental risks on the development of children’s ability to regulate physiology and behavior in response to stress from birth to middle childhood and social competence in the school setting.
Eiden | Colder | Homish | Schuetze | Molnar This study is investigating the impact of prenatal and postnatal exposure to cigarette smoke and associated environmental risks on the development of children’s physiological, emotional and behavioral regulation, reactivity to stress, and social competence from birth to kindergarten age.