The Reversibility Network is a research network on later-life interventions to reverse effects of early life adversity (ELA). The research network is focused on identifying opportunities for later-life reversibility/remediation of phenotypes associated with ELA. The network brings together senior and junior scientists to foster and facilitate the interdisciplinary research needed to stimulate rapid advances in this field.
1. Build capacity to advance interdisciplinary research exploring the potential for midlife reversibility of or remediation for risks conferred by early life adversity
2. Support new research on “reversibility/remediation” through seed funding
3. Bring new researchers into the field
4. Pursue active out-reach through dissemination and engagement with the broader research community