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The Center for Contextual Genetics and Prevention Science (CGAPS) is a collaborative research effort that aims to gain greater insight into the intersection of genetic and epigenetic, developmental, and environmental factors related to drug abuse and sexual risk behavior. Located at The Center for Family Research at The University of Georgia, CGAPS operates in partnership with The Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University as well as with the Psychiatric Genetics Laboratory at the University of Iowa and The School of Medicine at Washington University.

CGAPS is supported by a Core Center of Excellence Grant (P30) from the National Institute on Drug Abuse and by the Office of the Vice President for Research at the University of Georgia.

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Is Resilience Only Skin Deep?

Rural African Americans' Socioeconomic Status-Related Risk and Competence in Preadolescence and Psychological Adjustment and Allostatic Load at Age 19

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