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Dr. Koraly Pérez-Edgar spotlighted by SRCD Latino Caucus

The overall mission of the SRCD Latino Caucus is to promote conceptually and methodologically rigorous research conducted with Latino children, youth, and families that represents their (1) diversity, (2) normative development, and (3) inherent strengths (cultural, linguistic, etc.).
Dr. Koraly Pérez-Edgar spotlighted by SRCD Latino Caucus

Dr. Koraly Pérez-Edgar

The caucus helps create a critical mass so that researchers and students can see the broad range of issues that we study and the concerns that impact our communities. In addition, it allows early career scientists the opportunity to really focus on the pathways and obstacles we often encounter during our training and career.  It also lets us see the diversity in our science—both the questions asked and the individuals asking the questions. To see the full spotlight, click here.

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