What is the Decoding Stress Study?

The Decoding Stress Study is a groundbreaking project led by two of PNRI’s internationally renowned geneticists, Dr. Lisa Stubbs and Dr. David Galas . It aims to answer some of the biggest questions about the role of people’s genes in determining how they respond to chronic stress.

Chronic stress is linked to chronic conditions such

Adapting to Stress

PNRI Scientist Lisa Stubbs, PhD, explains the link between stress and health, and how it’s all tied to our genetics. Chuck Reininger, owner and winemaker at Reininger Winery discusses how wine vineyards use plant stress to produce healthy plants and desirable wines. Part of the Science and Wine Club, a quarterly conversation series by PNRI

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