Erin Clabough

Erin Clabough is a neurobiologist, writer, and mother of four young children. She received her PhD in neuroscience/molecular genetics from the University of Virginia. She is currently a tenure-track assistant professor of biology at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. Her research focuses on understanding neurodevelopment across the lifespan by examining changes…

Erin Clabough is a neurobiologist, writer, and mother of four young children. She received her PhD in neuroscience/molecular genetics from the University of Virginia. She is currently a tenure-track assistant professor of biology at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. Her research focuses on understanding neurodevelopment across the lifespan by examining changes in neuronal anatomy and physiology, and by exploring new ways to cultivate empathy and creativity in children.

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Erin Clabough is a neurobiologist, writer, and mother of four young children. She received her PhD in neuroscience/molecular genetics from the University of Virginia. She is currently a tenure-track assistant professor of biology at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. Her research focuses on understanding neurodevelopment across the lifespan by examining changes…

Erin Clabough is a neurobiologist, writer, and mother of four young children. She received her PhD in neuroscience/molecular genetics from the University of Virginia. She is currently a tenure-track assistant professor of biology at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia. Her research focuses on understanding neurodevelopment across the lifespan by examining changes in neuronal anatomy and physiology, and by exploring new ways to cultivate empathy and creativity in children.

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