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Through examining the experience of trans, intersex and genderqueer children in their interactions with core social institutions, including schools, health services and the justice system, her work explores how notions of sex, gender, and sexuality organise aspects of identity during childhood; how gendered embodiment is regulated through institutional practice, and the consequences of ‘deviant’ or ‘unintelligible’ embodiment.Biography: I have an MA in Social and Political Sciences from the University of Cambridge.We very much look forward to welcoming Bogdan to the Centre.Hormonal influences on human neural and behavioural development across the lifespan, and interactions between hormones and experience in shaping behaviour.Pre/perinatal hormone influences on later gender-related behaviour and gender identity; surgical outcomes and psychosexual functioning in disorders of sex development; parental experience of receiving pre- versus post-natal diagnosis of a disorder of sex development; evolution of non-binary gender identities and overlap between autistic traits and gender-related dysphoria.Current research interests include studying how individual and family factors, together with factors related to the wider social environment, influence the use of physically aggressive behaviour in children; developing effective research designs for studying how prenatal influences, e.g., gonadal hormones, interact with postnatal experience to shape brain development and behaviour; and optimizing psychological well being in individuals exposed prenatally to atypical hormone environments.In 2005, he started a Ph D in the laboratory of Prof. During this time, he studied properties and some regulatory aspects of inositol-1,4,5 trisphosphate receptors (IPRs) at the single channel level.
In these settings, she worked on developing animal models of hormonal influences on neural and behavioural development that would translate to the human condition.
Early postnatal testosterone predicts sex-related differences in early expressive vocabulary.
The early postnatal period, mini-puberty, provides a window on the role of testosterone in human neurobehavioral development.
John’s College, University of Cambridge on Tuesday 10 October 2017.
We are delighted to announce that Dr Bogdan Popa will be joining the University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies as a Lecturer in Gender Studies from September 2017.