Lifespan team earns contract from Ministry of Children and Youth Services

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Lifespan team earns contract from Ministry of Children and Youth Services

Published on January 24 2011


Sid Segalowitz, professor in the Psychology Department and director of the Centre for Lifespan Development Research, and Michelle Jetha, a part-time faculty member working with him, has received a contract for $71,160 with the Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services for the project "Research Synthesis on Adolescent Brain Development and Implications for Behaviour" as part of the Ministry's development of a Youth Policy Framework. The research results will be used to inform the creation of the framework as an evidence-based guide for governments, communities, and other service providers.

Professor Sid Segalowitz

Sid Segalowitz is a professor in the Psychology Department, and director of the Centre for Lifespan Development Research.