Margaret Bublitz Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (Research), Assistant Professor of Medicine (Research)

Dr. Bublitz is an Associate Professor (Research) and Clinical Psychologist working within the areas of women's health and perinatal mental health.  Dr. Bublitz's research area aims to understand the biological and psychosocial mechanisms linking psychological stress to poor health, with a specific focus on the impact of stress during pregnancy on adverse neonatal outcomes. She has published some of the first studies to demonstrate a relationship between maternal history of childhood abuse and dysregulated hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal activity over pregnancy. Dr. Bublitz also serves as the Behavioral Healthcare Manager of the Integrated Behavioral Health service at the Women's Medicine Collaborative Primary Care Department. Within this service she supervises behavioral medicine residents in the Brown Clinical Psychology Training Consortium. 

 

 

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