Tracy L. Bale, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Tracy L. Bale is Professor of Neuroscience in the School of Veterinary Medicine and in the Department of Psychiatry of the Perelman School of Medicine. Her research focuses on understanding the role of stress dysregulation in neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric diseases, and the sex differences that underlie disease vulnerability using mice as the model organism. She is a co-director of the Penn Center for the Study of Sex and Gender in Behavioral Health, which is funded by a NIMH and ORWH SCOR P50 grant. She serves on many internal and external advisory committees, panels, and boards and is currently a Reviewing Editor at the Journal of Neuroscience and serves as Chair of the NNRS CSR study section. She has been the recipient of several awards for her research in this area including the career development award for early career achievement and promise by the Society for Neuroscience, the Richard E. Weitzman Memorial award as exceptionally promising young investigator award by the Endocrine Society, the Medtronic Award from the Society for Women’s Health Research for outstanding research that has led to the improvement of women’s health, and the Daniel H. Efron award from the American College of Neuropsychopharmacolgy.
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