Against the Traumatic Tide: Epigenetics - The New Science

Against the Traumatic Tide: Epigenetics - The New Science
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Marcia Fine

Author and Speaker

How does the past shape the present? Marcia Fine explains how epigenetics has brought a new understanding to how traumas in our collective past profoundly influence and shape who we are today. Focusing on the o... See more

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Epigenetics: Fundamentals

What is Epigenetics? Epigenetics is the study of heritable changes in gene expression (active versus inactive genes) that does not involve changes to the underlying DNA sequence - a change in phenotype without a change in genotype - which in turn affects how cells read the genes.

Marcia  Fine, 

Author and Speaker

Award-winning author and speaker Marcia Fine has written seven novels, including THE BLIND EYE—A Sephardic Journey, historical fiction chosen by the state library of Arizona for ONEBOOKAZ 2015. PAPER CHILDREN—An Immigrant’s Legacy has been a finalist for three national prizes. PARIS LAMB, her sixth novel, deals with anti-Semitism in the 1950s. She has also written the only satirical series about Scottsdale. Her novel, HIDDEN ONES released in 2017, examines conversos in Mexico during the Inquisition. It has won First Prizes in the categories of Historical Fiction and Multicultural as well as Honorable Mention from AZ Authors and is a finalist for the International Chaucer Chanticleer Awards. Marcia has a BA from Florida State University and a Masters from Arizona State University.