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Natalie Cerda, M.D.

Concepts (13)

Concepts are derived automatically from a person's publications.
The timeline below shows the dates (blue tick marks) of publications associated with Natalie Cerda's top concepts. The average publication date for each concept is shown as a red circle, illustrating changes in the primary topics that Natalie Cerda has written about over time.
Adolescent, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019. Adolescent Behavior, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019. Depression, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019. Female, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019. Humans, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019. Logistic Models, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019. Male, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019. Multivariate Analysis, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019. Risk Factors, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019. Risk-Taking, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019. Students, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019. Suicidal Ideation, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019. United States, 1 publications between 2019 and 2019, average publication date August 2019.

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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.