Lab Updates and Events

LEED is excited that graduate student Rebecca Lipschutz passed the EPPP licensing exam!

June 2021: Rebecca Lipschutz was selected to receive the Cullen Graduate Student Success Fellowship (CGSSF) for $500 to help fund her dissertation research!

April 2021: Brian Biekman was awarded the Clinical Case Presentation Award as part of UH’s clinical program’s Diversity Day.

UH interviewed Dr. Bick and Rebecca Lipschutz about the Harvey Mom Study and how Hurricane Harvey impacts child development.

https://research.uh.edu/reaching-houston/stories/understanding-maternal-stress-on-child-development.html

LEED having fun engaging with kids at The Mayor’s Back to School Festival.

LEED excited for successful scan with first infant participant.

July 31, 2018: Dr. Bick, LEED lab director, was quoted in the New York Times on the developmental impact of traumatic separation from parents in migrant families.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/31/us/migrant-children-separation-anxiety.html

 

July 12, 2018: LEED study featured on NPR’s “The Pulse: “Does a mom’s stress affect her offspring for generations?”

Does a mom’s stress affect her offspring for generations?

May 30, 2018: LEED featured on Houston Public Media about New Hurricane Harvey Study on maternal stress and child development.

Stress And The Storm: How Researchers Hope To Help Pregnant Women Dealing With Disasters

Feb. 14, 2018: LEED is interviewed about a new study on how Hurricane Harvey related stress may impact pregnant mothers and their babies.

https://abc13.com/uh-studying-stress-of-hurricane-harvey-and-pregnancy/3080136/