Sarah B. Enos
Professor and Chair
What I do
I am a developmental psychobiologist by training, a dedicated applied researcher of stress, adversity and health in children and families, a teacher and mentor, a preventative intervention developer, and an engaged community scholar.
stress, trauma, adversity, intervention, Parenting, early childhood, child care, psychobiology
- Ph.D., Developmental Psychology, Cornell University, 2005
- MA, Developmental Psychology, Cornell University, 2002
- BS, Child Development, University of Minnesota, 1998
- International Society for Development Psychobiology
- Society for Research in Child Development
- A Microsocial Video-Coaching Intervention for Toxically Stressed EHS Families
- Roots Workshops and Coaching
- Seedlings Curriculum for New and Expectant Parents
- Examining the Biological Embedding of Resilience in Adolescent Parents and their Children
- Manifestations of Stress in Early Childhood: Antecedents and Outcomes
- Beyond Trauma-Informed: Acting from an Ecological Understanding of Risk & Protection
- The Psychobiology of Trauma and Resilience in Families: Strengths in Immigrant and Refugee Communities.
- Cheers to the Changing Brain: Rethinking the Biology of Adversity
- Four Top Lines of Research Relevant for Policies and Investments for Children & Families.
- Aspen Institute Fellow, Ascend at the Aspen Institute